Production of welded metal ware from flat, structural stock metal-roll and tubes, as well as welded-casting and welded-forged structures from carbonaceous and low-alloy structural steel, high-alloy steels and non-ferrous metals
The main methods used for the welding of steel structures are as follows: automatic submerged welding with solid wire and flux cored wire; welding in active and inert shielding gas using consumable and non-consumable electrodes; manual arc welding; automatic arc welding; plasma-jet hard-facing, including composite, and corrosion-resistant materials, such as copper alloys.
Production of all-welded constructions: from low-carbon steel with weight up to 20 tons; dimensions - up to 3/30/15 m manual arc and semiautomatic welding in carbonic gas medium. Automatic and semiautomatic profile flame cutting of flats up to 100 mm.
Cutting of flats and sectional iron on guillotine cutters and presses:
sheet width up to 3000 mm
sheet thickness up to 20 mm
angle up to №63
channel bar up to №16
Automatic flame cutting of tubes:
tube diameter up to 650 mm
tube length up to 10 m
Flats bending on presses:
sheet width up to 5000 mm
depth of flange bending up to 400 mm
sheet thickness up to 22 mm
Rolling of shells, sectional iron, tubes:
shell diameter up to 2000 mm
shell length of up to 3000 mm
angle up to №75
channel bar up to №14
tube diameter up to 133 mm, wall thickness up to 10 mm
force up to 63 tnf
holes diameter up to 30 mm if sheet thickness is 16 mm, up to 80 mm is sheet thickness is 3 mm.
Perforation of sheets:
force up to 80 tnf
the number of simultaneously punched holes, provided that sheet thickness is 6 mm and sizes 25/6 mm holes - 4 holes.