20 Years of Class A Safety Critical Components
From Engine Lifting Frames to Roll Cage Guards and Fully Integrated Cabins Keltech Engineering have been a trusted partner to OEM's here in Ireland, the United Kingdom and the USA for over 20 years servicing their "Class A Safety Critical" component requirements.
Our process driven approach to the manufacture of these fabrications provides the OEM with the confidence and assurance that their product will meet all industry standards and more importantly provide the adequate protection to all operators of their machinery and all other personnel and public whom may come in contact.
The Keltech Model:
- Let Keltech advise as to the most appropriate material selection.
- Keltech offer design assistance to ensure the part has:
- Best practice manufacture (Design is production driven)
- Part performance (Meets industry standard)
- Part longevity (Fold formation, Weld structure, etc all considered)
- In production parts are built through Keltech manufactured Jigging & Fixtures to ensure reproducibility.
- All Class A Safety Critical Components are fabricated by our BS EN 287-1 certified welders .
- Components are stamped with a unique serial code and all details are electronically logged by our QC department ensuring full traceability .
- Components are painted, furnished, packed suitably and then shipped direct to our OEM partners facility.
2021 Leaving Cert student says “Don’t follow the crowd, let the crowd follow you.”
In Ireland 2 out of every 3 leaving cert students now opt to enter higher education. Anecdotally we can all identify with the stories of those individuals who have drifted into courses that in hindsight were never a fit.
Welding- Automation & Craft Combine at Keltech
For over a decade global supply chains have struggled with a deficit in welding capacity. However the extreme market volatility caused by COVID-19 has now suddenly accelerated the issue to crisis point. The delta between demand for welded products and available welding capacity is now one of the largest issues facing industry in 2022.
Andy Hayes appointed CEO of Keltech.
Effective the 13th of December 2021, Andy Hayes takes on the role of CEO at Keltech. Andy takes up the leadership position having joined the business initially in 2018 as Chief Financial Officer. As part of the new company structure, founder Ray Breen will now move into the role of Chairperson.
"Tommy Farrell Flash Cup" Welding Competition Launched.
Last weekend we held our inaugural "Tommy Farrell Flash Cup" welding competition! This now annual event is an opportunity for our welders to display their skills in a competitive but fun format. The tournament is the brain child of Keltech's new in-house welding trainer Jeff Imrie.
SOD TURNED ON MAJOR FACTORY EXPANSION
Bright and early on the morning of the 21st of June the diggers rolled in to begin work on Keltech's latest development, a 40,000sq feet expansion to the existing facility. The suitably named K3 extension when completed in December will create a link between the current K1 and K2 buildings bringing Keltech to a combined manufacturing footprint of 160,000sq feet under one roof.
Keltech Engineered Excellence "Jigs & Fixtures"
Keltech's customer portfolio boasts some of the worlds largest brand names in Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEMs). Company reputation and success is built on our superior quality. This fact is more impressive when taking into account the complexity and variation of parts we manufacture for our enviable customer base at our Waterford facility.