Machining >

                    Our machining equipment ranges from manual machining to large CNC lathes with 47” diameter turning capacity and 240” length to a boring mill with 33’-0” of travel.

                    Welding & Fabrication >

                    DynaIndustrial is CWB Certified to CSA Standard W47.1 in Div. 2.1. With 60 ton overhead crane ton capacity, DynaIndustrial will fabricate any project or component…big or small.

                    Engineering & Custom Design Manufacturing >

                    DynaIndustrial utilizes leading edge tools and software to provide innovative solutions to our customers.

                    Component & Sub Assembly Manufacturing >

                    DynaIndustrial specializes in medium volume production runs of components and subassemblies that require quality, precision and controlled documentation.

                    Equipment Reconditioning >

                    Our qualified staff of machinists, welders and millwrights will inspect and repair or remanufacture your heavy industrial equipment and/or components.

                    Hydraulic Cylinders >

                    We provide complete hydraulic cylinder rebuilds, repairs and design and manufacture of new cylinders to meet custom or OEM requirements.

                    Hard Chrome Plating >

                    With the largest, most modern and sophisticated chroming facility in Saskatchewan, DynaIndustrial hard chrome plates both traditional and non-traditional components for all industries.

                    Project Management >

                    DynaIndustrial has the professional resources to handle projects of all sizes and level of complexity. From concept to completion we are your single source supplier.

                    Rig Re-Certification >

                    DynaIndustrial is your single source provider of level III and level IV service rig re-certifications.

                    The Broadbent Centrifuge boasts impressive features and improvements that set it apart from?traditional models