Steel construction and machining
The steel construction department (carpentery) is designed and equipped for the construction of tubular poles and pylons for high-voltage power lines, as well as supporting structures for civil engineering and machining templates for welding and assembly of metal structures.
The carpentry machinery fleet includes presses up to 600 t and 10 m in length for bending steel sheets, oxygen cutting and plasma cutting systems up to 18 m in length and welding robots with four workbenches for continuous welding over a length of up to at 14 m.
To these are added 12 machining centers for milling, turning, drilling and grinding of steel. The use of numerically controlled machine tools and pallets allows precision machining of both small and large steel components and structures.
The carpentry sector is supported by a technical office equipped with a CAD-CAM system for drawings and related static calculations and collaborates with various institutes for simulation analysis (eg Finite Element Method - FEM).