Fabrication of Hot Rolled Steel Dust Collectors
for the Quarry Industry
At ICF Industries, we specialize in the metal fabrication of
equipment and enclosures such as the units highlighted
here. We fabricated two of these dust collectors, which are designed to collect
rock dust in sand and gravel quarry. The finished units measured
6’-4” in length, 4’-2” square, and are composed of .013” (10 ga) hot rolled
pickled and oiled steel. Fabrication began with laser cutting of the raw
materials using our Trumpf 4k laser. Once cut, components were then formed
using a combination of bending with our press brake and punching capabilities. Components were then welded, painted, and labeled.
Each step also involved
comprehensive dimensional inspections to verify that the required ±.060”
tolerances and other customer specifications were met. These two units were
fabricated and delivered to this customer in New Mexico in just 8 weeks. To
learn more about this project, or the processes used to fabricate it, see the
table below or contact us directly.
Highlights of this Metal Fabrication Project
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||Dust collectors used in a quarry, rock dust, sand and gravel industry.
|Metal Fabrication Capabilities Applied/Processes
- Laser Cutting
|Equipment Used to Manufacture Part
||Trumpf 4k Laser, Press Brake, Welders
|Overall Part Dimensions
||Product Length: 6'4"
Product Width: 4'2"
||Hot Rolled, Pickled & Oiled Steel - Thickness: 10ga (0.135")
|In Process Testing/Inspection Performed
||Statistical Process Control (SPC)
|Industry for Use
2D CAD Drawing