ABB and GEORG
GEORG is proud of the great trust rendered by ABB
In many plants of ABB in various locations worldwide ABB has been operating GEORG core lamination cutting lines type TBA for decades. Now in recent years ABB has shown its continuous trust in GEORG by ordering a number of core cutting lines from GEORG of different types for various ABB plants in the world. This includes slitting lines for grain oriented electrical steel, core lamination cutting lines for the production of cores of electrical transformers and one ultracorrugation line for the production of corrugated fin walls, which are used at the tanks of distribution transformers to provide sufficient cooling.
Some of the lines have been delivered in the last 2 years and are already successfully in operation in the customers’ plants.
ABB is a major transformer manufacturer throughout the world and offers both liquid-filled and dry-type transformers as well as services for complete life-cycle support, including replacement parts and components.
LTC relies on Georg robotline technology.
This year Georg comissioned two GEORG precisioncut TBA 400 robotlines at LTC in Italy successfully. The lines produce fully automatically complete transformer cores up to 1700mm lamination length and up to 440mm lamination width.
First Coil: Decomecc starts slitting operation on new GEORG slitting line
Last year we reported on the investment decision of our long-time customer Decomecc NV from Genk/Belgium in a slitting line from GEORG, which was to be designed for the specific needs of the automotive industry. Now the Belgian company successfully announces the first strip cuts.
Hitachi Energy has ordered two new GEORG precisioncut TBA400 lines for two of their plants.
The first one is a machine type GEORG precisioncut TBA400 ecoline L with a full sequence in-line stacker for up to 1200 mm lamination length. The machine is now starting operation in the plant in Lodz, Poland.
Successful commission of TBA400 at Lemi
TBA400 with high-speed configuration at our long-standing customer Lemi Trafo JSC.
Together with one slitting line which was put into operation a few weeks ago, the new TBA400 expands Lemi's machine park and supports their growth strategy.
The benefits of pin stacker technology for the distribution transformer production can also be gained from a Transformer Magazine article 'Demand driven core production' we published recently.
Finally, a special congratulations to our technicians and also to our customer’s employees for carrying out the commissioning in record time.
Remote Service in Vietnam
Travel restrictions during the pandemic made it often impossible to visit our customers on site. This also applied to the installation and commissioning of our machines. However, we successfully supported our customers remotely, through our online service.