Ferrum S.A.

Porcelanowa 11, 40-246 Katowice
Poland
Telephone +48 32 7304799
Fax +48 32 7304677
ferrum@ferrum.com.pl

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Tube 2020 hall map (Hall 4): stand A42

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Tube 2020 fairground map: Hall 4

Contact

Jan Wolnicki

Porcelanowa 11
40-246 Katowice

Phone
882124689

Email
jan.wolnicki@ferrum.com.pl

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 04  Tubes, pipes, tube products and tube accessories
  • 04.03  Welded tubes made of steel
  • 04.03.06  Coated welded steel tubes

Our products

Product category: Coated welded steel tubes

Helically submerged arc-welded pipes SAWH

Helically submerged arc-welded pipes (SAWH) manufactured by “FERRUM” S.A. can be successfully used to produce steel fittings including tees, reducers, elbows and bends. Fittings are made by either cold or hot bending process depending on the strength parameters of steel grade as well as the diameter and wall thickness. Our offer also includes section fittings.

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Product category: Coated welded steel tubes

High frequency welded – induction steel pipes

Pipes are manufactured in diameter range from 114,3 mm to 406,4 mm, in production lengths from 6 m to 18 m. Pipes are supplied with plain or bevelled ends, after hydrostatic test and automatic non-destructive ultrasonic or eddy current tests.

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Product category: Coated welded steel tubes

Longitudinally submerged arc-welded pipes SAWL

Pipes are manufactured in diameter range from 559 mm to 2032 mm, with plain or bevelled ends. Pipes in diameter from 559 mm to 914 mm are manufactured with one longitudinal weld and from diameter 1016 mm to 1620 mm with two welds, and above with three longitudinal welds.

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About us

Company details

The enterprise was established in 1874 as limited partnership “Rhein & Co.” – Steel Foundry, Zawodzie. It was founded by machine building company of the same name seated in Berlin. At the beginning, the company consisted of forging shop only, in which mine railway carriages, axis for mine railway carriages, as well as tools and machines for agriculture were produced.

In 1890 “Rhein & Co.” merged with “Jakub” Steelworks. The new enterprise was called “FERRUM” and operated as public limited company. In 1900 “FERRUM” implemented less labour intensive production technology for pipes delivering water to turbines which was based on water gas welding. Pipes made according to the above-mentioned technology were characterised by higher strength and their manufacturing was less labour absorbing. Thus we became a well-known company executing orders for investors in many countries (e.g. we manufactured the first turbine pipeline in Peru in 1902).

After World War II FERRUM was nationalised and included in metallurgical department of national economy. At the turn of 60. and 70. FERRUM was under modernisation process in which line of longitudinally welded steel pipes was upgraded. We became specialists in manufacturing of welded pipes, pressure vessels and different types of welded structures.

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Company data

Number of employees

100-499

Foundation

1874

Area of business

Tube industry