Western Forge & Flange Co.
687 County Road 2201
Cleveland, TX 77327
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Making a quality forged flange involves several stages.
from approved sources. At time of delivery, we verify it against the purchase order, weigh it and confirm the heat code with mill certification. We run a PMI to authenticate alloys, then color code the material. QA reviews and approves all documentation before production.
When material is selected for a job, the billet is brought to the
shop. One of our six computer-operated band saws, capable of cutting up to 26-inch diameter, cuts it to the specified length and weight.
The cut billet is heated in our furnace to its alloy-appropriate temperature, then
using one of our four air-driven hammers. Traceability is maintained by hot stamping all parts.
technology guarantees appropriate temperatures and hold times. All temperature controls are calibrated and certified.
Forgings that require a liquid
are placed in our agitated, chiller-cooled quench tank, which is monitored by a chart recorder.
All parts are
onsite to exact dimensions by expert manual and CNC machinists.
Traceability is maintained throughout the production process. Final
includes material type, heat code and other pertinent information.
, calibrated instruments verify dimensions and surface finish. The marking is checked for accuracy and completeness.
Finally, each part is visually checked and carefully
to protect against damage during transport.
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