The production process is aimed, above all, at innovations and high quality of the manufactured products. We employ highly qualified employees with many years of experience in the industry. We cooperate with the best steel suppliers. The quality of the delivered materials is always confirmed by certificates – each material batch is checked and no defective product is used in the production process.
We have a wide range of machinery. Our modern technologies and machines make it possible to manufacture precise steel and aluminum products. Our production plant is able to adjust our production to the current market requirements in a smooth and fast way.

The first stage of implementation of the Customer’s order is to carefully adjust the product to the Customer’s needs. Our employees approach each order individually. Before beginning the implementation of the order, its technical documentation is prepared. All the details of the order are discussed. All this is done to ensure that the finished product will meet the expectations of even the most demanding Customers. When the Customer confirms the order, we start our production process. Subsequent production stages are monitored and controlled by the plant’s Quality Control in terms of the product’s compliance with the order as well as applicable standards.

Hot galvanizing

Steel products improperly protected against external factors are characterized by reduced service life. There are various methods of preventing these unfavorable phenomena. From all known methods of anticorrosive protection of steel products, the best is hot galvanizing which is used for all our steel products. The zinc coating protects steel for many years and does not require maintenance.

During hot galvanizing, gradual diffusion of liquid zinc into the steel surface takes place, creating an alloy layer. After pulling out the galvanized object out of the zinc bath, a coat of pure zinc remains on the exterior surface of the alloy. The thickness of the zinc coat is measured in micrometers, or the weight of the zinc coat is given in g/m2. The standard PN-EN ISO 1461 specifies the minimum thickness of the coating recommended depending on the thickness of the material from which zinc coated elements are made.
The quality of zinc coats (gloss, smoothness, thickness, adhesion, etc.) depends on the chemical composition of steel; in particular, on the content of carbon (C), phosphorus (R), and silicon (Si). The carbon (C) and silicon (Si) content in steel should not exceed 0.5% in total. The temperature of hot galvanizing is from 450 to 460 C. Extensive research has proved that the technological properties of steel are not deteriorated at hot galvanizing.

Fire galvanizing provides long-term and reliable anti-corrosion protection. This is the least expensive, most effective and most popular way of fighting corrosion. The durability of the zinc surface depends on the invasiveness of the environment (from 20 to 65 years). In addition, fire zinc coating does not change the properties of steel. The immersion method applied in hot galvanizing ensures even and accurate layers of zinc that can reach hardly accessible places, e.g. into pipes or cavities.

Powder lacquering

The whole manufacturing process of steel and aluminum products ends with a visit at a modern powder painting line in the paint shop. Each product is cleaned before painting to obtain 100% cleanliness of semi-finished products. As a result, paint gains high adhesion.

Powder painting involves applying electrified powder paint particles on the conductive surface of fencings. The embedded layer of powder remains on the surface of the painted element as a result of electrostatic force. Then, the painted elements are heated to a temperature from 140 to 200°C, as a result of which the powder is melted and polymerized. The obtained paint finish is resistant to corrosion, harmful weather and chemical factors, high temperature and mechanical damages. Nevertheless, it is recommended to paint fencings directly after purchasing to increase their protection against harmful action of external factors. Powder painting is the most effective as well as one of the most modern methods of metal coating. Unlike liquid paints, powder paints provide smooth coating without cracks, sags or bubbles. They are used for protective painting (protection of elements against corrosion) as well as decorative painting.

Our employees also participate in the process of paint coating of finished products. They arrive at the paint shop to accurately monitor the quality of the service provided. If any imperfections occur after applying the paint layer, the defective elements return to be repainted. Paint coated products are precisely prepared for transportation. Tightly packed and placed on special racks as well as protected against damage, they are loaded on our truck.