Fabrication is the process of constructing or manufacturing an industrial products. Steeleson Engineering is an expert fabricator of exhaust components, manifolds and full systems. From catalysts to mufflers and heat shields, we are one of the North West’s premier exhaust designers and builders.
Our fabrication experts can take your design and turn it into a high-quality prototype in a short space of time. Our experienced and innovate engineers, together with our highly skilled manufacturing team, can fabricate even the most challenging designs. Steeleson’s complete fabrication facility has endless production and finishing capabilities. From large-scale to small, custom parts, we utilise our wealth of industry experience to meet our customers’ requirements.
Steeleson’s experienced team members have fabricated custom and prototype exhaust products for some of the UK’s largest motor corporations, as well as government and military bodies such as the Ministry of Defence. This makes us well-placed to complete any design and development work you may require.
Along with our high-end machinery, we use a combination of techniques to produce the components we require for all the systems and components we produce. These techniques include cutting, grinding, folding, folding, expanding shaping and rolling. All these processes enable us to manufacture some of the most complex shaped systems imaginable. Our goal is to provide each customer with a fully-functional product that can be made in vastly reduced lead times. Through the effective application of these methods and resources, we can fabricate virtually any custom design available. Call Steeleson on 01772 682410 today to get your project started.
Steeleson Engineering is an exhaust system manufacturing company that specialises in creating fully-functional prototypes that can be used in transport and power generation systems.
Our impressive list of clients relies on our experience and skill, but the most highly-valued element of our service is our ability to complete the most difficult and complex of engineering challenges.