In order to manufacture housings for street and sanitation vehicles, Helander relies on a combination of spinning, welding, and machining processes. Steel housings made through these processes have the required structural integrity to handle the demanding environment and conditions found in the sanitation and trucking industry.

Working with steel and stainless steel in thicknesses ranging from 0.060” to 0.375”, we use CNC turning and milling as our primary cutting methods. Housings made through spin forming are efficiently produced with minimal tooling costs.

Our components meet the exacting standards of our clients as well as our own. Tolerances of +/-0.020” are typical for these housings. Utilizing our top-quality capabilities enables us to provide the highest quality products.

As the leader in the metal spinning industry, Helander has the experience and skill to fabricate intricate metal components for a wide range of applications. The hardness, tensile strength, and resistance to fatigue make our components durable and reliable.

To learn how we can fabricate housings for your street and sanitation vehicles, please contact Helander.

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Specifications for Steel Housings

Capabilities Applied/Processes

Spinning, Welding, Machining

Tightest Tolerance


Material Thickness

0.060" to 0.375"

Cutting Method

CNC Turning & Milling

Material Used

Steel and Stainless Steel

Industry for Use

Street Trucks

Typical Volume

100pcs to 5000pcs

Typical Delivery Time

4 to 12 weeks

Delivery Location


Typical Tooling Cost

$1500.00 to $5000.00

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