Supply of raw materials
Raw materials are selected based on factors including quality, environmental impact and reliability. This helps to ensure the sustainable management of raw material supply, re-use and recycling.
Raw material preparation – cutting
We use the latest technologies and processes to prepare raw materials for fabrication. Waste minimisation measures are taken throughout the process.
Pre-cut plate forming (rolling, bending)
Depending on its final use, steel undergoes various preparation processes. This ensures precision, eliminates flat spots and minimises material waste.
Formed material assembly and welding into final product
State-of-the-art assembly and welding techniques are used in fabrication. These include TIG, MIG/MAG, MMA, laser welding, orbital welding, semi-automatic certified welding processes as per the EN1090 EXC4 and EN3834 standards.
Final product insulation
All products are insulated according to legislative requirements and the client’s needs. The most efficient and effective materials are used depending on the final use of the product.
We have systems in place to accept structures and products from clients for recycling purposes. In this way new raw material is made, cutting down on consumption and reducing our environmental footprint.
Qualification Records (WPQRs) meet requirements according to the EN 15614 standard, covering processes 111, 141, 135, and the treatment of regular stainless steel, lean duplex, duplex, super duplex, nickel alloys – Inconel, Hastelloy, Monel, and titanium. OR3 holds a welding qualification according to EN 287, PED included.
Our machinery park comprises modern machines for grinding, edging, sawing, plate rolling, bending, milling, pipe bevelling, pipe rotating/positioning, laser cutting, plasma cutting. The workshops are equipped with horizontal bore drilling equipment, lathes, torch cutting equipment, tank rolling units, etc.