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Roller hearth furnace processing line in Ukraine commissioned


23.03.2013

In the second half of February, the Atmosphere Furnaces business segment of SECO/WARWICK Europe S.A. commissioned a roller hearth furnace processing line for the heat treatment of ARLHE-T-700 type bearing rings. The technological installation will operate at Company Harkovskij Podshipnikovyj Zavod (CHARP), PAO. It is a member of the Industrial Group UPEC. UPEC is one […]

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In the second half of February, the Atmosphere Furnaces business segment of SECO/WARWICK Europe S.A. commissioned a roller hearth furnace processing line for the heat treatment of ARLHE-T-700 type bearing rings. The technological installation will operate at Company Harkovskij Podshipnikovyj Zavod (CHARP), PAO. It is a member of the Industrial Group UPEC. UPEC is one of the biggest Ukrainian private-sector companies in the machine industry. This company manufactures components and mechanisms for the automotive industry and for agricultural machines, railways and metallurgy sector as well. This processing line is the first of three that are being manufactured at SECO/WARWICK Europe S.A. At the same time, at the customer’s site pre-acceptance tests of the second processing line ARLHE-T is taking place.

A wide range of tests were carried out in the framework of the acceptance tests program using SECO/WARWICK’s acceptance expertise. The processing line met all the technological requirements covered by the agreement including extremely strict deformation (ovalization, cone) and productivity thresholds.

This investment has started the complex modernization of heat treatment devices (hardening with tempering) for railways bearing rings business partner’s site. Between 2006 and 2010, SECO/WARWICK delivered to the forging shop department of PAO CHARP three roller hearth aggregates type AS/P for bearing steel’s forgings spheroidizing annealing.

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