Welded assemblies from Matritech Inc. feature greater strength and aesthetic value than the competition. When you need a part welded, you need to trust that your welder will be precise, with the right knowledge to construct your part effectively. Our team is highly qualified, with a variety of different welding methods at their disposal. With thoughtful planning from our engineering team, our welders can help construct your products with efficiency and care.
Three methods available
Matritech Inc. offers both welding and assembly procedures to ensure that your unit arrives as a cohesive whole. Each of our welders are Canadian Bureau of Welders-certified, ensuring that your products will receive highly skilled treatment.
With three different welding techniques available, we can help make your product look and function better. With gas metal arc welding (GMAW), we use an electrode to increase the temperature of your parts’ surfaces, allowing us to fuse metals together. We also practice gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), which uses a tungsten electrode to join aluminum, magnesium, stainless steel and more with greater precision. Finally, our resistance spot welding (RSW) involves applying a copper alloy electrode to metal surfaces, using the heat to join them. This procedure is extremely efficient, saving time and money.
High quality welding for many industries
Our welding service is ideal for fabricating metal components for a range of industries, including shipbuilding, automotive, aerospace and more.
We’re committed to making and delivering the best possible products to our customers. With this in mind, we achieved ISO 9001 certification, which holds us to a high global standard. We use top of the line tools from top brands, including Kaizer, Smed and SS, allowing us to work quickly yet accurately. Our engineering team also uses tools such as 3D and 2D modelling programs, as well as machining tools to determine the most efficient design possibilities.
Since 1989, we’ve fabricated a range of metal parts for businesses as diverse as General Motors and Bombardier.