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At our own production facilities in Eberswalde and Haiming we are building and checking piping systems and components for power plant construction, industrial and plant construction, offshore wind farms, and pipelines.
With our mechanical technology equipment for inductive and cold bending, heat treatment, cutting and welding tasks as well as mechanical processing at Finow Rohrsysteme GmbH, we cover all market requirements. We have many years of experience in processing high-alloyed and stainless steel.
Quality produced in-house.
Our scope of services includes pressure parts and modules, inductive bends, cold pipe bends, shaped parts, U-bends, and power plant components.
We supply conventional power plant construction (coal, gas, steam, nuclear) with piping systems and components from our own fabrication. For high, medium, and low pressure ranges, we use mainly high-alloyed materials.
We fabricate piping systems and components for the chemical and petrochemichal industry, the food industry, for boiler construction, district heating, oil and gas pipelines.
In our business segment renewable energies we are a service provider for steel construction in offshore wind power plants. We are specialising in parts that are used in jacket foundations, transition pieces and substations.
Every construction project, every power plant is unique. We offer utmost flexibility in engineering and fabrication, and accomplish tailor-made solutions in close cooperation with our customers.
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The offshore wind farm is built by Dong Energy and with a total capacity of about 450 MW it will feature the largest wind power plants in the German North Sea – 56 8 MW-class turbines made by MHI Vestas with a rotor diameter of 164 m. Borkum Riffgrund 2 will produce enough CO2-free power to cover the annual consumption of approximately 460,000 German households.
The fabrication of inductive bends is one of the major technical challenges of this project. The required combination of diameter and wall thickness (419 mm x 10 mm) as well as bending radius (R = 2,700 mm) is very demanding with respect to the requested ovality tolerances. A procedure test proved the feasibility of a fabrication according to these parameters.
Beside the mere bending of the so-called J-pipes, which serve as protective pipes for the cables leading from the rotor down to the sea floor, the scope also includes additional services such as the welding of multiple components into spools that are up to 25 m long.