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ABOUT US

Established in 1979, JEBCO is an innovative and forward-thinking organization that has created unique technologies and business strategies unlike any other manufacturer. Continuous innovation is at the core of everything JEBCO does and we continue to lead the way by providing superior product quality, reducing lead times and offering unprecedented flexibility & creativity in delivering the simple to the seemingly impossible jobs. 

Situated on 7.5 acres of land and operating within a 100,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility, JEBCO is a full-service process equipment manufacturer and provider of the world’s most advanced cladding technology.  Its innovative business approach and industry leading technology enables JEBCO to maintain a global advantage over the competition, particularly in the corrosion and wear protection market. 

 

JEBCO maintains a staff of qualified Welders, Fitters, Operators, Machinists and Liners, manufacturing and providing services to a variety of heavy steel products.  Currently, JEBCO services the following industries: Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, Mining, Water Treatment, Power Generation, and Cement. 

JEBCO's state-of-the-art technology, superior service and quality craftsmanship provides an ideal one-stop shop for both standard and customized products. We have the ability to work with you from concept through finished product and have extensive experience in all aspects of precision metal fabrication from plasma cutting to assembly, we do it all.

 

It all starts with building a strong relationship with their customers. JEBCO becomes more than just a supplier; we become a strategic business partner, working with our clients every step of the way.

On of the most significant technological breakthroughs to date was the launch of UltraClad™, the world’s first and only fully robotic cladding technology, operating in the continuous 1F welding position, capable of cladding any shape or size pipe. From elbows, bends, tees, laterals, y-laterals, nipples, crosses or any other type of geometry, the UltraClad™ robotic machines deliver the purest, most corrosion and wear resistant overlay on the market.

1F welding involves maintaining the welding torch in a downward flat position travelling horizontally while keeping the torch in the vertical position, using gravity to its advantage, allowing the molten metal to draw downward, resulting in a faster and more precise weld. Any other weld position (e.g. 2F or 3F) has to contend with the force of gravity pushing the molten metal downward, which causes the weld to pile up. These methods used by the competition are referred to in the industry as “out of position” welding.

Furthermore, the UltraClad™ proprietary process involves synergic welding with cold metal transfer technology that delivers the coolest interpass temperatures (<900°F), which results in the lowest dilution rates in the industry (<5%). As well, the UltraClad™ technology delivers finished product up to 5x faster and at a significant cost savings when compared to the competition.

While the competition applies weld overlay as if every pipe was perfectly round, UltraClad™ is the only weld overlay technology in the world that automatically makes real-time, on-the-fly adjustments to compensate for inconsistencies in a pipe’s geometry and ovality, ensuring the most accurate, purest and protective weld in the industry.​

Technological Breakthrough
HIGHEST QUALITY STANDARDS

JEBCO recognizes that its customers require the highest quality standards and that’s why in addition to being a certified Controlled Goods Supplier for the Canadian and U.S. Government & Military, JEBCO is accredited to ISO 9001:2015 and proudly holds ASME U certification, enabling us to provide a range of services from full supply of ASME code compliant equipment and pressure vessels to subcontract welding on free-issue ASME standard material. 

As well, JEBCO is the only company in the world to receive certification from the Alberta Boilers Safety Association (ABSA) with the unique ability to apply overlay over the pressure boundary of a certified vessel without re-certification.