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Guaranteed quality

Comprehensive welding experience and quality assurance is key in custom projects. We monitor and develop the quality of welding according to the welding-specific ISO 3834-2:2005 certificate. In order to ensure quality and improve cost efficiency we utilise automatic and semi-automatic welding methods as often as possible. In addition, all of our manufacturing employees are certified professionals in welding, who possess the required process skills. We have a total of 280 welding method certifications, which authorise us to process even the most demanding materials, like titanium.

Third-party audits

We can also take care of statutory demands and fulfilling quality standards on behalf of our customer. We utilise certified third-party auditors in addition to our own quality control. They will, for example, conduct NDT and DT testing.

Manufacturing materials

  • Carbon steels
  • Stainless steels
  • Nickel steel alloys
  • Specialised steels: Heat resistant steels (e.g. 253MA, 310S), high-strength steels
  • Duplex steels
  • Titanium
  • Compound materials

Surface treatment

We offer many surface treatment options, which can be done at our manufacturing facility.

  • Outer surface treatments: Painting, specialised painting, sandblasting
  • Inner surface treatments: Rubber, brick masonry, specialised painting
  • Insulation: wool, urethane, perlite, vacuum, rubber

Domestic production – work deserving the Key Flag

Our manufacturing relies on Finnish know-how. All of our products are manufactured at our own workshop in Teuva, Finland. As a recognition of domestic manufacturing, we have been awarded the Key Flag symbol. Please find further information about the Key Flag Symbol from our Sustainability page.

Welding methods

  • TIG
  • SAW (Submerged arc welding)
  • PAW (Plasma Arc Welding)
  • TAW
  • MAG (Metal-Arc Active Gas Welding)
  • MIG (Metal-Arc Inert Gas Welding)
  • FCAW
  • SMAW (Shielded metal arc welding)
  • ESW (Electro slack welding)
  • GTAW (Manual gas tungsten arc welding and orbital welding)

Manufacturing limitations

Weight 320 tons
Length 65 m
Width 12,5 m
Height 15 m
Diameter + 8,5 m
Welding material thickness 150 mm