BRH Steel Constructions, a family owned metal fabrication company, was awarded with a Holden SS Ute from WIA’s (Welding Industries ofAustralia) Weldmatic Competition. The national competition was held by WIA to support the relaunch of the Weldamatic brand in the Australian market.
“I have never won anything in the past – this is the first, and the timing was perfect,” says Adam Henson, General Manager at BRH Steel Constructions. Henson and his son, Barry Henson, were excited by their victory in the Weldmatic Competition and it was one of the first competitions they had ever entered.
“We had been looking at upgrading our company cars, so we would have been buying a new Ute shortly anyway. It has worked out brilliantly. Thank you WIA,” says Henson.
Henson explains that BRH Steel Constructions had picked WIA as their first choice in MIG welders due to their reliability and ability to perform in all kinds of conditions.
“The WIA machines can take all the hard work. We specialise in all types of architectural metal work and structural steel work, so we need welding machines that can take the load,” says Henson.
“The quality of the weld is very important to all our customers, and we can rely on the WIA machines to produce a superior arc for continuous, high quality welds.”