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Copper and its alloys welded in the following ways:
- manual gas welding in up-run and down-run positions in the thickness range of 2 and 30 mm
- manual down-run arc welding with the use of covered electrode in the thickness range of 6-10 mm
- manual down-run and up-run welding with the use of nonconsumable electrode in a shroud of inert TIG gas in the thickness range of 2-12 mm
- manual soft and hard soldering

Carbon Steel containing up to 0.25% of carbon welded in the following ways:
- manual welding in down-run position with the use of covered electrode in the thickness range of 2-25 mm
- semi-automatical welding with the use of consumable electrode in a shroud of activated MAG gases in the thickness range between 2- 25 mm
- automatical covered arc welding with the use of consumable electrode in the range of thickness between 6-25 mm, up-run and side-run positions
- manual hard soldering
- flash and resistance welding in the thickness range of joining material between 250-5000 mm²

Low-alloy and alloy steel with the total content of alloy material up to 3%, welded in the following ways:
- Manual welding in down-run, side-run, up-run positions with the use of covered electrode in the thickness range 2-25 mm
- semi-automatically with the use of consumable electrode in a shroud of activated MAG gases in the thickness range between 2-25mm and until the alloy coat is produced with the use of covered arc
- automatically with the use of consumable electrodes and covered arc in the range of thickness between 6-25 mm, up-run and side-run positions

High-alloy austenic stainless steel, acid-resistant steel welded in the following ways:
- manual arc welding in down-run, up-run, side run positions with the use of covered electrode in the thickness range of 3-40 mm
- manual welding in down-run position with the use of nonconsumable electrode, in a shroud of inert TIG gas in the thickness range of 1-12 mm
- semi-automatical welding in down-run, up-run, side-run positions with the use of consumable electrode in a shroud of inert MIG gases in the thickness range between 3-40 mm, until the alloy coat is produced with the use of covered arc
- automatical welding with the use of consumable electrodes and covered arc in the range of thickness between 6-40 mm, up-run and side-run positions
- manual hard soldering
- flash and resistance welding in the range of section of material of 250-1500 mm²

welding of aluminium and its alloys:
- manual welding in down-run position with the use of nonconsumable electrode, in a shroud of inert TIG gas in the thickness range of 2-16 mm
- metal sheets cutting - maximum thickness 70 mm
- cutting along straight lines or shape cutting according to templates
- photocell control

winding of shapers:
- Winding of shapers (e.g. angle bars, channel bars, flat bars) and tubes for rings. The diameter of winding: 350-6000 mm (depending on the shaper's section).
- pressing, hydraulic presses: push of 300T, the surface of the table 1200x1200 mm, the highest slide leap 1000 mm
- pressing, hydraulic presses: push of 250T, the surface of the table 900x630 mm, the highest slide leap 500 mm

sheet metal winding, small rollers:
- minimum diameter 200 mm
- maximum length 1200 mm
- thickness of the material 5 mm

sheet metal winding, big rollers:
- minimum diameter 600 mm
- maximum length 3000 mm
- thickness of the material 12 mm

winding of cones, mechanical spinning:
- spinning of dished head and elliptic bottom: diameter from 400 to 1500 mm, made of carbon steel - thickness 3-4 mm, - made of high-ally steel - thickness 3 mm
- bordere spinning of flat head and cone bottom: diameter 600-4000 mm, thickness of the material fom 4 to 12 mm

We produce bottoms:
- for waste removal tankers - diameters: 1000, 1100, 1200, 1300 mm
- for boilers and heat exchanger

 turning:
- small lathe: diameter of spindle clearance 30 mm, length of turning l= 800 mm
- medium lathe: diameter of spindle clearance 100 mm, length of turning 1=3000 mm
- vertical lathe: diameter x length of turning - 2500x1000 mm
- face lathes: diameter x length of turning - 3200x500 mm

boring:
- working surface of the table: 900x1100 mm with maximum diameter of boring Ø 450 mm
- working surface of the table: 1200x1400 mm with maximum diameter of boring Ø 600 mm

milling:
- horizontal milling machine: working surface of the table: 250x1000mm
- vertical milling machine: working surface of the table: 300x1500 mm
- numerically controlled knee-type milling machine: working surface of the table: 400x2000 mm

drilling:
- multiradial drilling machine- working surface of the table: 2420x955 mm
- upright drilling machine
- numerically controlled jig drilling machines - working surface of the table: 1600x1000 mm
- bench drilling machine

cutting:
- guillotine shear EHT: maximum thickness of sheet metal blade made of carbon steel: 13 mm; maximum thickness of sheet metal blade made of acid-resistant steel: 11mm; length of cutting- 3000 mm
- band-saw: maximum diameter of cutting Ø 460 mm
- frame saws: maximum diameter of cutting Ø 270 mm (possible cutting at an angle)
- grinding wheel saws: maximum diameter of cutting Ø 40 mm (possible cutting at an angle)

 - vapour blasting by aloxide up to 1 or 2 degree cleanness depending on requirements
- manual and mechanical grinding and polishing of inner and outer surfaces of tanks, bottoms, shapers and sheet metals – diametere 400 – 3000 mm

Grinding
- grinding of holes - diameter of grinding 20-200 mm, length of grinding-150 mm
- grinding of rolls- diameter of grinding 10-250 mm, length of grinding-800 mm

Tube polishing
- max length 3000 mm, outer diameter of the tube from 30 to 160 mm

Tube polishing with polishing machines in all classes
- diameter from 56 to 380 mm
- length from 4000 to 7000 mm with double fastening

Manual or manual – mechanical polishing of sheet metal and shaper
- flat bottoms, diameter from 500 to 5000 ( without connectors)
- conical, elipsoid, spherical bottoms
- electrochemical polishing of high-alloy steel details of total area up to 10 dm²
- glass microballs vapour blasting. The process can be applied to stainless or acid resistant surfaces. The process is used in order to obtain clean, mat and homogeneous surface

- pneumatic, hydro-dynamic painting with oil, epoxide, heat resistant paints (up to 200ºC), and with paints attested to be used in food storages
- electrochemical tin plating (details up to measurements of 300x500x600)
- galvanizing (details up to measurements of 500x600x800)

 SPOMASZ PLESZEW S.A. offers water jet cutting service with Omax JetMachining model 80160.
- Abrasive Water Jet Machining and Water jet enable fast and precise cutting of any 2D shape utilizing kinetic energy of high pressure stream of water. To cut a wider range of materials a granular abrasive is added to the water jet increasing the cutting power.

Advantages of water jet:
- Low temperature of the process comparing to technology of laser cutting or plasma cutting. Heat does not affect the material as the max temperature is 40°C. Therefore so structural changes or thermal deformations can be observed.
- Non conducting materials can be processed
- High quality of edges ensures smooth and even surface
- Wide range of materials of various thickness and hardness can be processed
- Multi – purpose application
- Shapes are read directly from CAD drawings
- Facility of geometry and dimensions adjustments
- Waste minimization

the following materials can be cut:
- steels (constructional, tool, acid proof, stainless, heat – resisting etc.)
- Non – ferrous metals (aluminum, cooper, bronze, brass etc.)
- Alloys of titanium, plastics, china, stones, glass, rubber, wood

Maximal dimensions of the material to be cut:
- length - 4 060 mm
- width - 1 900 mm
- heigth - 150 mm

 On request of our client we do minor and major repairs, modification and adaptation of machines, devices and processing lines made by our firm and other companies (e.g. for: confectionery, vegetable, fruit, brewery, spirit, meat, and other industries).

Second Degree Quality Control Laboratory provides the following services in the field of diagnostic researches:
- non-destructive testing: ultrasound testing, measurement of thickness and detecting of internal faults of the material (delamination)
- destructive testing: testing of mechanical properties, tensile test, bend test, hardness test
- metallographic tests
- macroscopic tests

Our laboratory has got a certificate given by Central Technical Inspection Lab in Poznań

We manufacture various tanks, appliances and non-standard constructions according to our documentation or customer’s documentation