If you need a lead part customized for your next project, look no further than Nuclear Lead Company. Our full in-house fabrication facility contains state-of-the-art lathes, mills, and CNC capabilities. This allows us to fulfill every request our clients make during the lead machining process.
Our design team is on hand to guide you through the entire process, from supporting your machining requirements to developing prototypes of your custom part. We want to ensure what we create and deliver to you meets your needs.
We have an inventory of hundreds of plates and ingots and sheet lead, so we can start your lead machining order shortly after we receive all the information from you. This way, you won’t have to wait for our facility to place an order to a third-party provider and hope it arrives correctly and in a timely manner.
You will also find we can be flexible on quantities. Should you have a project that requires only a few custom lead parts, that is not a problem. We’re completely open to machining small batches. However, we are also more than capable of producing large quantities for projects that call for many of the same part. We pride ourselves on being able to deliver orders of any size for our customers, and we know they appreciate this service.
Our skilled staff adheres to a strict quality control system that satisfies International Organization for Standardization (ISO) specifications. You can rest assured the products we produce for your company are the best.
We also take care to package your finished parts securely and label them precisely so they arrive to you in the same condition as they left our facility and you know exactly what you are receiving. This way, no matter who signs for your deliveries, you will know your Nuclear Lead Company order will make its way to where it needs to go.
Sometimes, lead machined parts have to go through an extra step before they can be used due to the health-related dangers posed by exposure to lead. Our team and our facility are fully equipped to handle coating solutions for your parts. We offer both powder coating and epoxy-based coating, and we will work with you to determine which will work better for your specific project.