Pipe Fabrication
Pressure Vessels
Heat Exchangers
Tank Fabrication
Repairs And Alteration
Modular Fabrication
Structural Steel
Welding Capabilities
DCR Fabrication, Inc.

4101 Holden Road
Lakeland, Fl 33811

Office 863-904-0842
Fax 863-904-0843
Email info@dcrfabinc.com
DCR utilizes advanced welding techniques and mechanized / automated welding equipment to provide consistently repeatable high quality and low-cost products to its clients. 

DCR has ASME Sec. IX and AWS D1.1 qualified welding procedures in place for carbon steel, chrome-moly P22, P91 creep strength enhanced ferritic steels, austenitic, duplex and superduplex stainless steels, and nickel based alloys materials.

DCR uses manual, semi-automatic, mechanized and automated welding technology, for the GTAW (cold & hot wire), SAW, FCAW and GMAW and SMAW welding processes and employs advanced state of the art surface tension transfer (STT), regulated metal deposition (RMD) and pulsing current GTAW/GMAW technologies.

Machine and automatic tube to tube sheet welding with or without filler metal used on tube to tube sheet joints are completed rapidly and in a uniform manner greatly increasing productivity and reducing repairs to near zero.

Our quality assurance/control methods include X and gamma-ray radiography, magnetic particle, liquid dye-penentrant ultrasonic straight beam, shear wave and phased array flaw examination and, hydrostatic, and pneumatic pressure testing. DCR QA/QC personnel and National Board commissioned Authorized Inspectors witness all tests and certify documentation prior to shipment.

DCR's weld reject rate is less than 3%. This is a result of our effort to employ the best craftsmen available in the industry and systematically monitoring of the quality level of the work produced.


Our welding quality is validated as mandated by client requirements employing NDE conducted and evaluated by ASNT level II & III certified personnel using: X and gamma ray radiography, visual, magnetic particle, liquid penentrant, ultrasonic straight beam, shear wave and phased array flaw examination and eddy current testing methods and where applicable, hydrostatic, pneumatic pressure and sensitive leak testing.