No matter if applied for pickling, phosphating, soaping or reactive oiling of bars, tubes or sections - our automated process control system and our crane handling technology allow a consistently perfect surface quality and efficiency in this sector. Moreover, they increase your throughput significantly while reducing manual control.
We achieve this through our real-time simulation integrated in the control software. It enables us to see the complete line performance in advance. We analyse the material flow and/or throughput and optimize it, if necessary, to avoid bottlenecks or deadlocks. We can also adapt the recipe management system to new or changed treatment parameters and expand the production sequence by adding further modules. The bottom line: real-time simulation considerably minimizes commissioning time.
Maximum safety due to housing All treatment basins in the production process are completely housed (enclosed) and provided with extraction systems. This guarantees optimum working conditions for the workers over the whole treatment path and ensures best possible environmental protection as well as a gentle treatment of the materials handling systems. Individual components that come into contact with acid as a result of the processes used are subjected to continuous maintenance, further development and testing in our in-house technology centre.
For you, all this means an extraordinary level of investment security.
EXCELLENT HANDLING TECHNOLOGY AND MATERIAL LOGISTICS FOR THE STEEL TUBE AND COPPER ALLOYS INDUSTRY AS WELL AS FOR GALVANISING LINES
Handling technology and material logistics - the most important interfaces for every production plant. These are the key components that enable trouble-free production over the long term.
We plan the entire semi-automated or fully automatic material handling and logistics systems for wire pickling, tube treatment and galvanising lines with closed process sequences for bulk goods and small parts. We can also retrofit systems to existing production plants of every kind.
We implement these plants individually to the very latest standards – this means that each plant is unique. Wherever they are in the world, our customers can trust in our competence to take them to the next level of success.
INGENIA was founded in 2001 by Rudolf Geiersberger, based on experience dating back to the early 1990s. Since 2011, Südpark near Linz has been home to INGENIA, which since 01 February 2017 has belonged to the ASMAG Group.