Steel Canopies and Ducting
Steel canopies and ducting for industrial and commercial extraction systems
Essential for industrial processes and safety
Canopies and Ducting Explained
To your design, we manufacture in house components for the extraction systems, from part to full systems, assemble and install them on site for you as part of a larger project.
The main components are canopies and ducting from 1mm to 3mm thick in mild steel, galvanised, stainless steel and aluminium. The format can be square, rectangular or round. Brackets, supports and fixings are manufactured to enable installation on site to the customers requirements.
Steel is available in various grades and finishes including 304 and 316 to suit the required conditions or applications, in gauges from 1.0mm to 3mm thick.
Stainless steel is rust resistant and usually specified as the material of choice for the extraction of steam, fumes and corrosive gaseous materials.
Installation is a significant component of canopy and ductwork. Design, routing of ducting, measuring then fabrication of fittings are all crucial factors in these projects.
- Steel or Aluminium
Fully designed to fit
- 1mm to 3mm thick
Large Mild Steel Ductwork
This example shows 1200mm diameter and 1400mm diameter extraction ductwork made from 3mm mild steel.
It was all formed and welded in our workshop and installed on site with our fitting team.
Canopy and Ductwork
This example shows a 2mm mild steel powder coated canopy with extraction ductwork and inline fan.
All components manufactured in house and installed by our fitting team, the fan was bought in.
Warm Air Extraction
This example shows rectangular and round ductwork manufactured from 1.2mm galvanised steel. It extracts the warm air from compressors through diverters to atmosphere.
The measuring and design was done by ourselves to ensure correct fit.
Components were marked out, developed and formed in our workshop by our fully qualified and experienced sheet metal workers then installed on site.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is steel protected?
Galvanised steel or stainless steel is used, depending on circumstances.
Is everything manufactured by you?
Just about! Some of the fixtures and fittings we buy in, but fitting brackets and supports we manufacture.
Are you sure it will fit ?
Before we manufacture parts we ensure that they are designed to fit in place.