Custom Steel Solutions For Heavy-Duty Industries From Small Businesses to Large Mining Companies since 1997.
Small businesses can have big challenges. That’s why we offer the same prompt, custom service to a company whether it has 2 employees or 200.
- Budget-friendly solutions
- Alternatives to replacing your equipment
- The same care and consideration as our largest customer
Mining Equipment Company or contractor
- Haul trucks
- Dipper shovel repair
- Water trucks
- Wheel loaders
Cement, Concrete, Aggregate, and Asphalt
Constant exposure to abrasive materials, extreme temperatures, and heavy loads can cause significant wear and tear on your machinery, resulting in frequent breakdowns and increased maintenance costs. With custom parts made of harder steel, your equipment will operate longer in even the harshest conditions.
- Concrete Mixer Machine
- Concrete Mixing and Pumping Machines
- Sand & Gravel Equipment Repair
- Asphalt Liners and Silos
- Concrete Recycling
Recycle & Renewal Industry
- Industrial tire recycling
- Scrap metal recycling
- Shredding screens
- Hazardous waste incineration
What Our Clients Say
“You can’t go wrong with this company”
RF, Sales Manager
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Got steel problems?
Silo StoryYou need a right-sized solution for your needs. A small family-run asphalt aggregate company that sifts rocks into smaller sizes came to us with a big problem – their silo needed a new liner. But the paper drawing we received didn’t give us enough detail to build it right. So, we sent someone out to take some measurements of the part and transformed that into an accurate drawing using CAD software. We built pieces to patch all the damage and kept the silo up and running for another year. This gave the company enough time to save for a more permanent solution, which we eventually built for them.
Truck Bed Liner StoryYour business needs to keep running even after a disaster. There was a big slide in one of our Utah mines in 2013. A whole chunk of a mountain collapsed, tore through some buildings, and buried 26 trucks. With no way to haul ore, the mine needed to replace those trucks as soon as possible, so they bought 26 used ones. They ran, but the beds and liners were all worn out in different ways that required a lot of custom part fabrication. We spent most of the year rebuilding those truck beds. It was a lot, but we had the capacity, and we helped the mine to keep running.
Limestone Hammer Story
A limestone company came to us to make new hammers which are used in making concrete. They gave us cracked OEM hammers that had lasted about 4 weeks to work from. We reverse-engineered the hammers using the same dimensions but with a different metal. The OEM used manganese steel plate, which gets harder the more it’s used. Once a hammer gets too hard, it cracks. So we used a less brittle metal and asked them to run one of our hammers side-by-side with an OEM hammer. They saw a big difference – our hammers kept going for 9 weeks. So now they’re shutting down half as often.