Established in 1974 to make a difference in the Steel Work industry, STEELCON has consistently leveraged its strengths to carve a name as a renowned Steel Fabricator with the acquisition of vast experience gained through a wide range of work for Process Plants, Power Plants, Fired Heaters, Heat Exchangers, Skids, Pressure Vessels, Piping Works, Mechanical Plant Erection, Installation Works and etc.
Steelcon has been heavily involved in fabrication and site installation works for Reformers, Cold Collectors, Cracking Units, Waste Heat Systems, Reboilers, Platformers, Charge Heaters, Steam Superheaters and Reactor Feed Heaters, among others.
Due to its high quality, our fabrications have been exported to various countries around the world. Not one to rest on our laurels, we have since expanded by attaining competency in installing Refractory works ranging from Brickworks to Ceramic Fibre - Block, Blankets and Castables; which are complementary to Heaters works.
In the course of the execution of works for Industrial Heaters, Pressure Vessels and Piping, we have also developed a comprehensive list of WPS/PQR's for a wide range of materials such as: carbon steel, stainless steels - 304(L), 316(L), 321(H), 347(H), 310 and etc, alloy steels - P11, P22, P9, P91; unassigned materials - HP40, 800H, 800HT and etc, Majority in compliance with ASME Section IX, and a few in compliance with EN (ISO) and NORSOK Standards. In addition to that, the company has also developed and worked on a wide range of WPS/PQR's for dissimilar materials and Structural Materials (AWS D1.1).
In line with the stringent requirements of the oil and gas industries in the world, Steelcon has obtained certification from The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) for the manufacture of power boilers and pressure vessels.
In Steelcon, our team of experienced engineers provide the technical know-how for these special fields. Our engineers comprise both local professionals and foreign expatriates who leverage each other’s competencies to spearhead the group’s progress.