The first of the 5 manufacturing processes is cutting. Rhino has divided the cutting process into 4 different sections:
The second of the 5 manufacturing processes is fit-ups. Rhino has divided the fit-up process into 3 different sections:
After completion of the fit-up process, the pieces move forward to the welding process. Rhino has divided the welding process into 3 different sections (depending upon job requirement):
The 4thprocess in the manufacturing of primary members is cleaning. Rhino applies 3 different forms of cleaning procedures, depending upon the customer needs, work load and project costing. These 3 forms are:
The final manufacturing process (for the fabrication of primary members) is painting of the primary members. Once the MS Pieces have been approved by Quality Control department, they are processed for painting. The MS Pieces are covered with a layer of Red Oxide Enamel or Grey Epoxy, depending upon customer need. Final coat (if in the scope of Rhino) is applied once the MS Pieces have been erected at Site. This eliminates the chances of rework, which may exist if the MS Pieces are painted at Rhino’s Manufacturing Facility and then shipped to the Customer’s Site.