Custom CNC Burning & Forming of Air Handling Transitions

Custom CNC Burning & Forming of Air Handling TransitionsThe items shown here are designed to work as ventilation transitions in a large scale air handling system. Fabricated from 3/16″, A-36 carbon steel, each of the 12 units measured 10′ x 10′, and featured support feet, and ventilation doors. We utilized our CNC burning capabilities to cut the raw material, and then sent the parts to our rolling and forming shop to form the parts to the customer’s specifications. All of the formed components where assembled using flux core arc welding (FCAW), which met AWS D1.1 standards for quality. Assembly required that the components be assembled in four sections, each section was then hot dip galvanized, and assembled into a single unit. After another visual and dimensional inspection all of the units where shipped to the customer in New York. To learn more about this project, see the table below or contact us directly.

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Highlights of this Custom CNC Burning & Forming Project

Product Description

These transitions are used within a ventilation application.

Custom CNC Burning & Forming Capabilities Applied/Processes

CNC Burning

  • Cut Flat Plate to Correct Geometries

FCAW Welding

  • Fabricated in 4 Sections for Galvanizing than Assembled into 1 Unit

Hot Dip Galvanizing

Overall Part Dimensions

Material Thickness: 3/16″
Width: 10′
Length: 10′

Material Used

A-36 Steel

Material Finish

Hot Dip Galvanized


Doors for Air Handling
Support Feet

In process testing/inspection performed


Industry for Use

Air Handling



Delivery Location

New York

Standards Met

Customer supplied print, 2D CAD Drawing
AWS D1.1

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