Materials Used in Ductwork Fabrication

by Tenral Metal Stamping

The most common materials used in ductwork fabrication are galvanized steel, aluminum, and fiberglass. Galvanized steel is the most popular material because it is durable, easy to work with, and affordable. Aluminum is also a popular choice because it is lightweight and corrosion-resistant. Fiberglass is used for its insulation properties and is often used in HVAC systems.

  • Housings & Covers
  • Retainers & Cups
  • Equipment Pad
  • Bearings
  • Split Mounting
  • Thermostats
  • Pressure Device
  • Drainages
  • Faucet
  • Sinks
  • Escutcheons
  • PipeBrackets
  • Filter grids

Materials Used in Ductwork Fabrication

Ductwork fabrication is the process of creating ducts that are used to transport air throughout a building. These ducts are made from various materials such as galvanized steel, aluminum, and fiberglass. The fabrication process involves cutting, bending, and shaping the materials to create the desired shape and size of the ducts.

Our ductwork fabrication services provide custom-made sheet metal ducts for commercial and industrial HVAC systems. We use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to ensure precision and quality in every duct we fabricate. Our team of experienced professionals can design and fabricate ducts to meet any specifications or requirements.

Tenral offers a unique advantage with their in-house sheet metal shop, providing HVAC sheet metal fabrication services for a variety of facilities including commercial, manufacturing, healthcare, educational, retail, and residential buildings. With prefabrication capabilities, Tenral is able to save building owners and general contractors both time and money, while also reducing waste and minimizing jobsite congestion.

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