Machine Engineering

Customised stainless steel
machine and plant construction

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Stainless steel is a versatile material that is particularly popular in mechanical engineering due to its excellent properties. It is an alloy of iron, chromium, nickel and other elements, which gives it its unique combination of corrosion resistance, durability, strength and hygiene. The use of stainless steel is indispensable in many industries, especially in the chemical industry, the food industry, the paper and pulp industry and in mechanical engineering.

In the chemical industry, aggressive chemicals and high temperatures are often used, which can quickly damage materials. However, stainless steel is very resistant to chemical and physical influences, which makes it an ideal material for plants, pipelines and containers. Stainless steel is also a must in the food industry due to its high hygiene requirements and corrosion resistance. It is used, for example, in the manufacture of machine components such as mixers, conveyor belts, cooling towers and tanks.

In the paper and pulp industry, special requirements are also placed on materials. Stainless steel is very popular because of its resistance to moisture and corrosion. It is used in the manufacture of machine components such as racks, rollers and cutting tools. The use of customised stainless steel components can help optimise the paper and board manufacturing process and increase efficiency.

The production of high-quality machine components according to individual specifications is another area where stainless steel can play to its strengths. Customised components made to the customer's needs can help improve the performance and durability of the machine and extend its service life.