Open die forging

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We have taken over the representation for the Italian forge Fomec Spa from Mondovì. Since 1976, Fomec has been producing forged pieces in carbon, alloy, duplex, and super duplex stainless steels. The in-house presses enable the manufacturing of forgings up to a weight of 40 tons. Fomec has the corresponding heating and heat treatment furnaces. The cutting department is equipped with multiple saws, with a cutting capacity of up to 2300 mm. Finally, in the workshop, milling and drilling machines, as well as vertical and parallel lathes, process blanks up to 40 tons. Fomec holds qualifications ISO:9001, Lloyds Register, ABS, Bureau Veritas, DNV, and TÜV.

Carbon steel - alloyed steels - tool steel - stainless steel - duplex & superduplex - nickel-based

Up to max. 40,000 Kg/piece

Open-die forging presses:
2000 / 3000 / 5000 tons

ISO:9001, Lloyds Register, ABS, Bureau Veritas, DNV, and TÜV

Manipulator capacity:
Up to 50 tons

Heating furnaces:
Up to 100 tons

Heat treatment furnaces:
Up to 12 meters in length

Quenching bath tanks:
Water and polymer

Sawing machines:
Up to 2300×2000 mm

Centre lathes:
Up to 12 meters

Vertical lathes:
Up to Ø2500 mm

Milling and boring machines:
Up to 8500 mm

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RDK Industrievertretungen

Riffelstraße 26, D-82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany

+49 (0)2333 974736

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