Creating a Hopper Frame for GEA

The engineering team have recently been working on a product for a large metal project for GEA. The team have created a hopper frame for GEA, a large technology company.

The frame was created from a mild steel box section and plate. This was Water Jet Cut, then using a metal saw it was cut to size. A Disc cutter was also used to create the finished product.

The frame was welded, by a welder with experience in large fabrication work. The welds were layered due to large radius edges of the material.

Once this was done, the frame was checked dimensionally for squareness.

You can see the finished project below. For more information visit our website or call our team on 02381 120114 or email