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RJ Metals specialise in supply and cutting of a wide range of steel products including stainless steel, aluminium, galvanised, bisalloy, corten, tread plate and plastics. Their Maddington factory, located south-east of Perth, is home to a range of CNC, high-definition plasma, laser and water cutters offering a precision cut for steel and plastics up to 200mm thick. Additional services include custom CAD designs and programming, steel bending, drilling, counter sinking, bevelling, turret punching, welding and powder-coating.

Established in 1981, RJ Metals had humble beginning as the manufacturing division of Jarrahdale Heating, responsible for the production of steel parts for the companies award-winning range of slow-combusition wood heaters. As Jarrahdale Heating expanded, so to did RJ Metals acquisitions of the latest metal fabrication machinery and technologies. As a result, in 2007, the company began to offer its metal cutting and fabrication services to the wider industry, and in 2012 moved to its own purpose-built factory, located at 19 Malcolm Rd, Maddington.

RJ Metals play an integral role in the fabrication of Jarrahdale Wood Heaters, cutting all the steel panels and doors for each heater

Today, RJ Metals employees a staff of more than 20 personnel, operating an impressive range of custom-built, CNC machinery including a DNE D-Fast Fiber Laser Cutter, ART Smart Laser XRL 7700 and three ART High-Definition Plasma Cutters. We also have the machinery and technology for more detailed fabrication work including a 300 tonne CNC Press, turret punching and drilling machines and powder-coating equipment.

Our growing portfolio includes projects both large and small, ranging from the production of Jarrahdale Wood Heaters and manufacturing of quality, test-certified parts and fabrications for the mining and construction industry, through to custom, one-off residential garden-screens. Recent projects of scale include stainless-steel cladding panels for the Elizabeth Quay Bridge and pipe clamps for the Gorgon Project gas line.