Manufacturing programme, among others, embraces the following equipment:
- pressure tanks
- heat exchangers
- storage tanks
- machine elements and equipment
- Welded structures
- machines for the paper industry
The materials used for manufacturing and renovation of equipment are stainless steel, carbon steel, boiler steel, acid resistant austenitic, duplex, sanicro, nickel and titanium steel..
We manufacture equipment for the various branches of industry: chemical, petrochemical, food, paper, pharmaceutical, gas, energy, etc.
We carry out repairs and maintenance of manufactured products as well.
Products manufactured in METALKO meet national and international standards and most importantly – customer requirements.
METALKO employs qualified engineers designing various types of equipment and constructions in accordance with customer requirements as well as Polish and international regulations..
n the implementation of innovative tasks, we cooperate with many scientific centers, such as: Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice, Technical Universities of Łódź and Gdańsk, University of Technology and Nature in Bydgoszcz, Institute of Welding in Gliwice, Project Offices and many specialistic companies throughout Poland.
Currently, Equipment Manufacturing Division has the rights granted by:
- TÜV Rheinland
- Urząd Dozoru Technicznego „UDT” (Technical Inspection Authority)
- Kolejowy Dozór Techniczny „KDT” (Railway Technical Supervision)
- SELO (Special Equipment Licence Office China).
Welders employed in the plant have qualifications corresponding to EN 287-1: 2004 and PN-EN 287-2.
METALKO has a laboratory approved by UDT.
We carry out the following destructive and non-destructive tests:
- X-ray examinations;
- Ultrasonic testing
- Penetrant testing
- Thickness measurements
- Hardness measurements
- Bending strength tests
- Tensile strength tests
- Impact tests
- Macroscopic studies
- research on the chemical composition of steel and metal alloys.
“METALKO” sp. z o.o.
Equipment Manufacturing Division
Tel +48 605-295-683
Fax +48 (52) 374 75 32