Clarke Delta
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All of our products have one major common element: the manufacturing system utilised to create them is sheet metal fabrication. Sheet metal is the material subjected to alteration through the act of material removal and or material deformation. Sheet metal fabrication has been utilised from the beginning of time, with primitive tools evolving over the years into advanced engineering equipment.

Sheet metal fabrication is the process of forming, shaping, and metal joining. To be classified as sheet metal the material thickness is generally between 0.15mm to 6mm, if the material is thinner it is classified as foil, and if the material is thicker it tends to be classified as plate. The range of materials formed includes: Materials that can be formed include: aluminium, brass, bronze, copper, magnesium, nickel, stainless steel, steel, tin, titanium, and zinc.

Sheet metal can be formed by cutting, bending, and stretching into almost any shape. A variety of shapes and sizes can be punched through the material using a computer numerically controlled punch press, these holes can be formed for variety of reasons from holes for product installation or even slots for circulation grilles. The flat sheet metal can be deformed into a variety of shapes and complex contours using punch presses.

Our products including air conditioning cages, radiator pipe boxing shields, and TV protection cabinets are all manufactured using sheet metal fabrication. Other typical products that can be manufactured using this technology include enclosures for white goods, brackets, washers, and even aeroplane wings. Our knowledge of both the manufacturing, and construction industry, can be fully utilised to support our clients in achieving products designed specifically for their environment.