Mig Industrial Engineering specialises in providing a range of services including welding and hard facing, metal stitch and machining. Metal stitch is a mechanical method available from Mig Industrial Engineering used commonly for repairing broken or cracked industrial components made from steel, cast iron and aluminium.
Metal stitch is also known as metalock, cast iron stitching, metal locking and cast iron crack repairs. This mechanical method from Mig Industrial Engineering does not require any preheating and the repairs can be conducted on-site without disassembling the damaged machines completely.
These metal stitch joints from Mig Industrial Engineering are reliable thus are used widely on highly stressed critical components such as frames, machine structural sections and housings and pressure vessels. This metal stitch is efficient in repairing all kinds of machines including machine casings to items such as engine components and gears.
The important benefits of these metal stitch joints is that pre-heating and stress relief is not necessary and are repair resistant to chemical corrosion. The metal stitch joints from Mig Industrial Engineering are commonly used in pumps, machine frames, compressors, forklifts, gears and engines.
Hard facing also known as cladding is a welding technique that is provided by Mig Industrial Engineering. These welding techniques from Mig Industrial Engineering are efficient in protecting and restoring the surface materials from wear, abrasions and corrosion. Mig Industrial Engineering specialises in repairing equipment such as mixers, cutting edges, cement, bricks for the mining and earth-moving industries. Mig Industrial Engineering is also known for providing machining services.