The future looks hybrid: GEORG technology combines processing of stainless steel and aluminum coils

SAUTER EDELSTAHL AG favors GEORG cut-to-length line

After successful commissioning SAUTER EDELSTAHL AG is now in a position to produce its specified blanks with highest accuracy and efficiency on its new cut-to-length line. Special feature: The applied GEORG technology enables the combined processing of stainless steel and aluminum on one line only. An intelligent solution to reply to steadily increasing market demands. By this forward thinking investment in our progressive technology the leading Swiss service center for aluminum and stainless steel, sheets, pipes, billets and fittings for…

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New high-speed slitter increases production efficiency at Delta-Stahl

Already since 2008 Delta-Stahl has been operating  its GEORG cut-to-length line with great success. Now a further GEORG-line, a high speed slitting line, has been invested to increase the production capacity of Delta Stahl, a steel service center belonging to KNAUF INTERFER group. The new  slitting line facilitates the processing of material strengths of up to 1.400 N/mm² ensuring best slitting and surface quality.

Automation and packing system

Besides production speeds of up to 400 m/min this modern line disposes of a high automation degree and various mechanical components, ensuring…

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Aluminium producer KUMZ invests for future needs in GEORG-technology

Impressive cut-to-length and slitting lines for coils up to 2.800 mm width will take-up operation in Russia 2014.

Already  towards the end of 2011 the renown aluminium producer Kamensk-Uralsky Metallurgical Works (KUMZ) entrusted us with the order for one slitting line and two cut-to-length lines. From beginning of 2014 our latest coil processing technology will be used by this Russian company. This technology including packing stations will strongly enhance the production facility for aluminium coils up to 2.800 mm width. Thanks to our highly efficient production lines KUMZ will be in a pole…

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SIEMENS Energy and GEORG machine tools division: A story of success continues

SIEMENS Energy / GEORG machine tools division

End of 2011 GEORG received two orders from the SIEMENS Energy Sector. These orders were placed for a Heavy Duty Lathe for machining generator rotors in Erfurt as well as for a Mobile Blading Lathe for manufacturing gas turbines in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. 

Ever since 1975 Siemens has trusted in our first class quality by ordering more than 30 machines for their plants all over the world. The latest machine to be commissioned was a 120 ton Turbine Lathe at the Mülheim facility in 2011. 

At the time being we are carrying out a complete…

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Mahindra Middle East trusts in leading technology of GEORG transformer lines

GEORG congratulates to the opening of MME’s new transformer core cutting center in Sharjah, UAE

With the joint venture “Mahindra Middle East Electrical Steel Service Centre ZFE” between the Indian company Mahindra Intertrade and  Nippon Steel Corporation from Japan our customer has highly strengthened his market position as partner of the power transformer producers within the United Arab Emirates.

The new Mahindra Middle East (MME) cutting center for electrical steel in Sharjah relys on the quality of GEORG transformer lines. “MME’s transformer core facility is based on state-of-the-art…

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GEORG transformer division setting trends during ELECRAMA 2012 at Mumbai

New subsidiary “GEORG India Private Limited” announced for the Indian market

India sees a rapidly increasing demand for economically and technically advanced machinery for the production of transformers.  At the occasion of ELECRAMA  2012 at Mumbai GEORG transformer division  showed  leading technology combining both aspects. A highlight of the entire exhibition was the presentation of the first TBA 400 ecoline in India. This line enables a sustainable production at highest technical level and enables a fast return on investment.

“The guests visiting the GEORG stand were deeply impressed by…

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