We use the most modern and accurate bending machine in Europe.
We offer all forms of heat treatment, up to 1,200°C, continuously monitored and always accompanied by a full annealing report.
Using our advanced machine we can provide edge preparation for welds, to meet every customer requirement.
We can provide destructive and non-destructive testing, according to any desired specification or standard.
We have the in-house expertise to procure the right materials for your project.
We can blast all types of materials and apply any coating system, both internally and externally.
Total packaging and transport solutions for all your needs. Worldwide by road, water or by air.
If you need help with engineering drawings, we’ll be only too happy to support you during the design phase.
With Europe’s most powerful cold bending machines, we can bend a large variety of tubes, sections and plates.
What is induction bending?
Induction bending is a process that makes it possible to bend any material that conducts electricity. The tube is placed in the machine, with the front end of the tube being gripped in the pivoting-arm clamp. Using a so-called inductor, the induction-heating system then heats a narrow band of the tube to the desired temperature. On reaching the correct temperature, the tube is forced through the inductor at a constant speed until the required bending angle is achieved. To guarantee uniform heating and speed and eliminate the risk of cracking or overheating, the temperature is computer controlled and monitored via infrared cameras.
Why use induction bending?
Induction bending offers several advantages. Using induction bending, we can bend anything and everything that is straight, from very small and light products to very large and heavy ones. In contrast to cold bending, induction bending offers unlimited possibilities.
Thanks to our precision machine and the commitment of our employees, we can provide what you need to bring your project to a successful conclusion.