The heat treatment of steel, aluminium or even titanium is becoming increasingly important in mechanical engineering. Machines are expected to become ever smaller and lighter, but are at the same time having to absorb ever greater forces.
Industrial furnace construction
Industrial furnaces are used in a wide variety of areas, but are always subject to demanding framework conditions. For this reason, many components are made of heat-resistant cast stainless steel.
Mechanical and plant engineering
Sub-areas of general mechanical engineering, such as conveyor systems, fluid mechanics or drive systems, require many individual components, which, in most cases, are machined at great expense.
Power station industry
The grinding and combustion of natural raw materials such as wood or coal, as well as general domestic and commercial waste for energy generation, cause abrasive and thermal wear and reduce the service life of wear parts.
Customised solutions that are tailored individually to the needs and requirements of the customer are especially important in the steelworks industry.