Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome to our FAQ page!

Here, we are addressing common questions about our services. Our aim is to ensure you have all the necessary information for your projects. If you have a question that isn't answered here, feel free to contact us directly.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, our cladding capacity enables us to handle projects of various sizes. With 23 cladding machines and the fabrication capability to support it, we are experienced in delivering high-quality results for both small and large-scale applications.

Yes, Superior Cladding provides PWHT services, ensuring welds’ integrity and enhancing material properties. PWHT’ing is a common practice here.

Submitting a quote is easy with Superior Cladding. Reach out to us through our website, by email or phone, and our team will provide you with a transparent and competitive quote.

Our technology helps you meet your environmental initiatives. Cladding practically eliminates leaking equipment in the field, stops equipment rusting from the inside out, and in some cases, increases your safety factor when the cladding is used in the design’s criteria. It also makes manufacturing much more energy efficient, because cladding with alloys like 625 on a steel part is much more environmentally friendly than making that same part entirely out of 625. It reduces the amount of nickel, chrome, cobalt, molybdenum, titanium that has to be mined to manufacture corrosion resistant equipment. Cladding also extends the life of a component, helping reduce lifecycle costs of projects as a whole.

Our services cater to a wide range of industries, including oil and gas, industrial recycling, chemical refining and synthetic fuel generation. We provide tailored solutions to meet the unique needs of each sector.

In the industries we serve, cladding is synonymous with weld overlays. Cladding is a method to add a protective layer to a metal surface. Our durable, weld coating extends a part’s service life, protects the environment, and helps reduce lifecycle costs. Weld Overlays are used in industries where surfaces undergo significant stress or environmental challenges.

We pride ourselves on quick lead times. Typically mere days, our service is time and material based. How many business hours does it take to weld? Consider the quantity, add a PWHT, and that’s it. Our efficient processes and commitment to quality ensure timely completion of cladding projects.

Superior Cladding provides weld overlays, including Pipe Cladding, Bore Cladding, Horizontal Cladding, Inlay & Overlay, Elbow cladding and more.

Superior Cladding is a Houston-based company specializing in weld overlays. We provide top notch production welding services with robust procedure development and a quality management system that are certified to API Q1 and ISO 9001.