Craftsmanship Sonic Corporation | manufacturing quality

At Sonic Corp, we pride ourselves on the attention paid to every manufacturing detail associated with the design and fabrication of our Homogenizer systems, Colloid Mills, Process Systems and Blending Systems. It begins with the metal, which sits in its raw form on racks in the shop, waiting to be cut, welded and polished.

316L stainless in the raw!

All of our tubular stainless steel frames are manually welded by our skilled personnel. The perfect weld features well-spaced “beads” that resemble dimes stacked neatly upon one another like fallen dominoes, even in the areas of frame often hidden beneath components once the skid is complete.

Welded frame treated and ready!

It is important to have the best equipment to provide a broader range of solutions for our customers. Orbital welding systems are used in the manufacture of piping and tubing installed in both low and high pressure process systems. Mig and Tig welders are used for heavier metals such as 1/4 inch thick stainless plate and tubing. Setup, use and maintenance of all welding equipment requires trained technicians and personnel.

Orbital welder in action! Such welding equipment provides extremely consistent and reliable welds. This is important for sanitary and hygienic systems where interior welds should be very smooth, preventing the collection of leftover process material that then leads bacterial growth.

All of this leads to the ability to provide complete system designs and solutions that effectively weave together form and function. Complete systems that use our Sonolator Homogenizer, multiple PD pumps, motors, instrumentation, and piping all start with these minor details in the welding and polishing of frames and piping. Our custom systems illustrate this craftsmanship in every detail. We take real pride in this and we hope it shows!

To see a gallery of photos that illustrate our commitment to artistic skid creation, link to our Art of Manufacturing page!

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