New generation Stainless Steel Lines from SEUTHE

SEUTHE, an ASMAG Group company, has been developing welding lines for tubes with outside diameters starting at 6mm and wall thicknesses of 0.5 mm and greater. Located in the industrial city of Hemer, Germany, in North Rhine/Westphalia, all mechanical and electrical development, assembly, automation, and testing of SEUTHE equipment is done in-house. 


SEUTHE has designed and manufactured similar special stainless steel lines for the 6 mm to 168 mm outside diameter production range for more than two decades. More recently, designers, assemblers, and machine operators have implemented customers’ more exacting demands when it comes to creating competitive advantages. The result is a new generation of lines with greater efficiency and completely new processing and productivity specifications.

A few highlights of the new stainless steel equipment: The number of forming and intermediate stands is selected so that the roller set avoids any overextension of the strip edges. The welding table for laser or TIG has been designed so that a range of stainless steel products can be manufactured on a single line in rapid sequence. The chipless cutting unit is based on a very robust, welded basic design that minimizes vibrations so that the cutting disk life and productivity are increased and costs are reduced.
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