PFC provides custom fabrication and assembly at its massive 25-acre facility that houses fabrication shops, machine shops, high bays, welding shops, clean and plant rooms, flow and testing booths, and tubing shops. All these facilities are together managed and operated in full coordination with our engineering-support offices.
PFC’s talented workforce and advanced fabrication facility can deliver small and straightforward to over-sized and complex projects. We can carry out both the design and execution part of all kinds of fabrication and assembly jobs.
All fabrication and assembly activities are performed inside our climate-controlled facility that features all the support equipment to finish large-scale jobs.
The facility includes approximately 55,000 square feet of covered assembly and fabrication:
- 25,000 sq. ft. of Main Building,
- Two units of 2,520 sq. ft. Big Top Assembly Buildings
- 5,000 sq. ft. fully-outfitted High Bay
- 20,000 sq. ft. of first-rate assembly building.
All these buildings are supported with certified overhead cranes with 3-ton, 5-ton, and 20-ton capacities. Further, we have a Hydro Mechanic large capacity cut-off saw, water-jet shape cutting equipment, CNC shop, 90-ton ironworker, and other tooling that support all fabrication and assembling activities.
Interestingly, all of the facility is maintained with certifications from ISO, ASME, ASTM, and other government and commercial standards.
Integration of Control Systems
Manufacturers, aerospace complexes, and other industrial units constantly aim to stay on top of technological trends and work smartly. To accomplish this feat and operate their plants and units without interruption, all mechanical and electrical systems need to be working together.
We take care of the essential measures to improve the integration’s quality and reliability, ensuring our client gets control, automation, and complete information solutions.
PFC’s work has been proof of its quality work and reliable capabilities. For instance, we fabricated, assembled, installed components, integrated electrical and control systems, tested, and delivered a power generation skid with integrated closed cooling water and service cooling water systems.
Most importantly, the modular skid met Siemen’s critical dimensional, performance, and environmental requirements. Besides, PFC’s workforce met all stringent client requirements and industry standards at every project stage. This example is an illustration of the work that PFC performs every day.
Attention to Detail
Rework or modification is not desired in manufacturing, fabricating, and assembling works. Not only does it cause a loss of time and money, but it also causes a contractor’s reputation to be tarnished.
That is why we believe that attention to detail is a critical element of intelligent fabrication and assembly. PFC believes in zero tolerance for error and incorporates this philosophy into all operations. By performing three-dimensional inspections, tool certifications and calibrations, computer-aided design (CAD) comparison, dimensional analysis, reverse engineering, and using electronic models of the fabrications on the fabrication floor, PFC can verify product quality during each step of production.
Complex Skids & Panel Assemblies
A skid comprises equipment such as pumps, heat exchangers, filters, and vessels. The skid is assembled with interconnected pipes with in-line control items like valves and instruments to control and monitor the skid system. Process skids and utility skids are typical examples of skid systems.
PFC manufactures compact to large and complex accessory skids to support the power generation companies and industrial process skids These skid-mounted systems include various media such as liquids, gases, cryogenics or hydraulics with control systems and equipment.
Our skid manufacturing complies with ISO 9001 / AS9100, U.S., and European standards, as our clients require. Moreover, welders at PFC are certified to ASME Section IX, AWS D1.1, AWS D1.2, and AWS D1.6. In addition, skid piping is fabricated to the requirements of ASME B31.1 and ASME B31.3.