We specialize in demanding welding. The central theme in our production is tidiness and cleanliness of facilities. This is an excellent base for attaining steady quality and good workplace safety in demanding welding.

Our professionals working in primary and final production ensure that the products meet the demands of our clients in delivery of the materials, finishing, and assembly. At the end of the process, our dispatch always packages the products so that they are protected from the elements and bumps, in accordance with packaging requirements.

We provide our customers with all the necessary documentation to ensure transparency on the origin of the products. Our organization operates at a level that satisfies the requirements of the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED 2014/68/EU) and the EN 13445 and EN 13480 standards.

We actively develop our production to meet our clients’ quality and productivity requirements also in the future.

Primary production

Ensuring the transparency of our products’ origin is based on careful process management through all stages of production, starting from the point when the material is delivered to our warehouse. When receiving the materials, we always ensure that the materials meet the requirements and are sound to be implemented into the production process.

Our primary production work phases include water jet cutting, sawing, drilling, plunging, metal sheet work, machining, and grinding. The warehouse serves production and ensures that the correct materials are available for use in production at the right time.

Water jet cutting

We have a water jet cutter that we can use to cut metal sheets and pipes. Using water jet cutting enables us to cut complex shapes in metal sheets as well as pipes.

Plates with dimensions of max. 6.0 m x 1.5 m can fit in the plate machine

For pipes, max. 600 mm diameter and 6 m long pipes can fit.

The pros of water jet cutting are low heating from cutting and easy further processing of surfaces. If needed, we can model the component to be cut as designated by the customer or use the customer’s own electronic image.


We were among the first to provide service when the need to weld highly alloyed steel was born, e.g., 254 SMO (EN 1.4547) and 904L (EN 1.4539).

We have employed several competent welders with SFS-EN ISO 9606-1 (2013) qualifications. Our welders have also passed theoretical examinations in welding. Some of our welders have passed the international IW examination for welders on all levels of the TIG process: fillet, sheet metal, and pipe welding.

Welding Procedure Specifications (WPS) have been compiled in accordance with the SFS- EN ISO 15609-1 standard and approved through qualification tests. The qualification test have been performed for EN 1.4307, EN 1.4432, EN 1.4547, EN 1.4410, and EN 1.4462 materials and applicable filler materials. We also have had qualification tests for nickel alloys, which belong in the filler material groups 43, 45, and 47. As our welding processes, we use TIG and MAG welding. Our welders are qualified to butt-weld pressure equipment with a wall thickness of up to 24 mm.

We are constantly developing new methods related to the welding processes and utilize the latest industry technologies.

Assembly, Pickling, and Packaging

In the assembly, fittings can be combined to entities that the customer wants. This way, we can provide the customer with a ready package with components of the customer’s choosing.

We have an acid pickling basin, which we can use to return the surface qualities of the steel after welding. We can also spray pickle larger components.

If needed, we can package ready products the way the customer wants, e.g., as an export package. The most important thing in packaging is to ensure that the high-quality products are transported to our customers undamaged.