ABB and GEORG
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.
Strengthening the long & trustful Partnership with Decomecc
We are very proud of our long and trustful partnership with Decomecc and look forward to strengthening it with this new project!
"The GEORG ultrablock was very beneficial to us", says Herbert Geier from AMAG
One of our first roll grinding machines with our new GEORG ultrablock machine bed design, the GEORG ultragrind SG 2 has now been commissioned at AMAG in Ranshofen (Austria).
Herbert Geier, Project Manager at AMAG: "The GEORG ultrablock concept was very beneficial to us, as the cost of the foundation is significantly lower than for other machines. Since no modifications whatsoever were required to the standard machine, we also benefited from the short delivery time".
Delivery of the first five machines with the GEORG smartcontrol
We are now pleased to be able to deliver the GEORG smartcontrol to a customer for the first time.
The control is based on the #SINUMERIK_ONE, and as a digital native control, is ideally equipped for the future.
With the #digitaltwin of our machine, we were able to carry out some tests beforehand. This helps us to shorten the commissioning time.
Our confidence in the new technology is so high that we will deliver not just one but five machines.