In the ever-evolving world of photovoltaic energy, where innovation drives progress, our customer, a leader in the solar energy industry, embarked on a groundbreaking venture to develop a novel model of solar panels. This cutting-edge prototype distinguishes itself by its dynamic ability to track the sun’s movement across the sky from dawn till dusk. This…
The nuclear industry uses stainless steel in a variety of components: reactors, heat exchangers, turbines, radioactive sludge ponds, and more. The components used are generally made of stainless steel, a material that provides maximum corrosion resistance, has a long lifetime and thus provides reliability with little to no maintenance.
As a material test reactor, the Jules Horowitz Reactor (JHR) in France plays an important role in developing nuclear energy technology. Montanstahl participated in that with supplying HEB stainless steel beams.
are custom-made for the special employment within coke ovens in Poland. On that account laser welding technology is deployed and the results are sensational.
Special beams are produced for a large project by laser welding. During the manufacturing, special demands are required. Furthermore, permanent quality control plays a major role while creating the beams.