Gajeske’s staff of highly trained field fusion technicians can provide complete service on any project. If strict target dates for project completion or time and logistics make it difficult to perform a quality fusion on your own, our technicians are on call to help you complete your job on time.
All Gajeske fusion technicians are Gajeske- and McElroy-certified to fuse all sizes of pipe from small- to large-diameter, for nearly all applications. They are trained on butt, socket, sidewall, and electrofusion processes, as well as site-specific, confined-space, and even safety. All techs carry a TWIC card, have full background checks, and Basic Plus, Safeland, and H2S certifications. Our technicians possess all the training and qualifications necessary to complete any job, no matter how stringent the regulations, including everything that is needed to gain access to refineries.
Gajeske technicians work exclusively with McElroy fusion equipment, which are all equipped with Dataloggers that enable our customers to view data outlining heat soak and cooling times, temperatures, and more throughout the entire fusion process in real time.
Fast Fusion is an innovative technology that is used in accordance with industry pipe-joining procedures and creates a safer, more controlled work environment in order to both eliminate failed fusions during the welding of polyethylene pipe, and increase efficiency and productivity. The Fast Fusion procedure is for butt fusion-joining of PE pipe produced in accordance with the industry standards intended for butt fusion.
All jobs listed below were performed by Gajeske fusion technicians
Fast Fusion technology meets ISO-21307 and ASTM-F2620 standards, and is consistent with industry and regulatory guidelines for qualification for industry pipe joining procedures for polyethylene pipe.
For PE 4710, PE 2406, PE 3408, PE 80, and PE 100