Das ist der der Mann, der hier bei uns die ganz dicken Apparate baut!
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Hilgefort GmbH is supported by our sales office in Berga (South-Harz Germany).
The typical Industries for our vacuum-drying-technique-apparatus are chemical plants, pharmacy, food technology, agri-industry, bulk-handling, bulk-treatment plants, waste-treatment plants.
The calculations, process-engineering and detail-engineering of this above-mentioned apparatus and assemblies are carried out with our spec. Engineers and with our partner companies.
For further information’s please contact Mr. Andreas Teichmann and Mr. Karsten Gödicke
Mobil: 0049-172/3838692 (Karsten Gödicke)
Mobil: 0049-173/6480872 (Andreas Teichmann)
The new ZINSER 4125B recently completed its first big project with the integrated CNC drilling unit.
Big plates (8.2 x 2.4 m) of an unusual, difficult to machine 1.4462 Duplex material had to be drilled within a short period of time. Requested were holes with a top diameter of 20 mm and a bottom diameter of 15 mm. No problem for the new drilling unit and a further advantage for Hilgefort’s customers, as there are just very few manufacturers who can offer this service due to the extraordinary bore diameter in combination with the large plate size.
“Before investing, we gathered extensive information about the various drilling alternatives for cutting machines available on the market”, explains General Manager Ulrich Hilgefort. “But our engineers discovered very fast, that ZINSER’s drilling unit is far superior to its competitors‘. That’s why, again, we invested in a ZINSER system – the right choice, as this first successful task showed.”
With a special tool, produced only for this task, every hole was drilled twice, resulting in a total sum of 28400 drillings. Despite this complex manufacturing process, the task could be fulfilled within approx. 500 working hours.
Through this first task alone, the new ZINSER system could already prove itself. Today, the 4125B is fully functional and integrated into the production processes at Hilgefort. CEO Ulrich Hilgefort is already looking forward to many new, varied tasks for their contract manufacturing department. “The new ZINSER system increases our capacities significantly, allowing us to offer our customers additional production possibilities”, says Ulrich Hilgefort.
If you are interested to see a ZINSER drilling unit near your location in action, please don’t hesitate to contact us at any time. We are looking forward to organizing a visit for you.
Hilgefort GmbH produced a cyclone separator for a blast furnace and also created a plant in exceptional dimensions and in a very short time frame (July to October).
Transport of the largest components possible (H x W: 7 m x 7 m) for rapid on-site assembly Hilgefort GmbH received an order to manufacture and assemble three new granulation systems for blast furnace 7 at a steel works in Ijmuiden in the Netherlands.
Hilgefort GmbH produced two rotary dryers and two sectional coolers for an industrial plant in Russia.
Hilgefort produced a silo and a raw-gas pipeline with a total length of approximately 80 m for a client in the USA. The pipe segments were produced from 12 mm-thick sheet steel in accordance with European quality standards and are 6 m in diameter.
Production of steel components for the heat exchanger in Wössingen, Germany: In an 11-month construction period, 1900 tons of steel and around 800 tons of processing equipment were engineered and pre-assembled in Dinklage. The transport and final assembly were also designed and implemented by Hilgefort, a single-source supplier.
Hilgefort GmbH was commissioned with the production of a material hopper for a blast furnace in Eisenhüttenstadt, Germany. The material hopper was required for the delivery of the new blast furnace 5A in September 2016.
Hilgefort produced a reduction furnace shell using 20 mm-thick sheet metal with a total weight of 120 tons for a new steel works in the USA. The shell has a diameter of 10 m and a height of 5.30 m. The lining for the reduction furnace shell was prepared at the steel works.
Production of a water-cooled exhaust duct for a plant in the USA. Measuring 70 m long, the total system was produced pipe-by-pipe using redirection caps. The pipes were welded together longitudinally in pairs. Altogether, around 60 pipes with a combined length of approximately 11 km were installed.
Super thick: Hilgefort produced a converter vessel for a steel works in Duisburg. With a diameter of over 9 m, the converter vessel weighs approximately 300 tons and is one of the largest in the world.