Heat Treating

Our heat treating services include but not limited to the following:

Pre-Heating

Post Weld Heat Treating (PWHT)

Metal Stress Relieving and Bakeout

Use one of our Heat Treating Units to Preheat your welds, to offer a uniform temperature during the welding process. Giving you the best quality of weld possible. All welding is recorded and a printout turned in for your Quality Control Package. Then use the same unit to perform Post Weld Heat Treating on the weld affected area.

Helix Oilfield Field Heat Treating technicians are experts at providing the right amount of heat to complete the job quickly and, above all, safely.

Heat Treatment

We specialize in our pre-weld heat treating and post-weld heat treatments. In order to comply with industry weld procedures, we use ceramic heating pads to heat welds and welding surfaces.

Metal Stress Relieving Units

Units are available from 2 zone to 24 zone portable self contained preheat and post weld stress relief units.

Quiet Operation

We excel at quiet operation. To save you the headache, we run the quietest gensets on the market such as the ultra silent Wisperwatt 18 zone genset.

Bakeouts

Our pre-weld hydrogen bake-outs or similar process are considered necessary to eliminate the hydrogen from steel subject to uptake of diffusible hydrogen during previous service.

Accurate Readings

Accurate recording of our preheat and post weld treatment provides easily deciphered engineer required charts.

Cutting edge, top of the line equipment

Bonnyville:

+1.780.826.7645
+1.888.642.4294
5805-54 Ave
Bonnyville, AB ​
T9N 0C4

 

Mail Us

P.O. Box 6721
Bonnyville, AB
T9N 2H2

Lloydminster:

+1.888.642.4294
P.O. Box 21008
Lloydminster, AB
T9N 2S1

Helix Oilfield is a Canadian oilfield services company providing innovative solutions for the pipelines, plants and facilities of Alberta’s oilfield industry. We proudly serve the areas of: Bonnyville, Cold Lake, Lac La Biche, Conklin in Alberta’s Lakeland; also Lloydminster, Ft. McMurray, Wabasca, and much of Northern Alberta, Northern Saskatchewan and Southwestern Saskatchewan.