MIG-MAG welding
steelstainless steelfor the construction industry

MIG-MAG welding
MIG-MAG welding
MIG-MAG welding
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steel, stainless steel
for the construction industry, for the food industry, for the nuclear industry, for metal fabrication
ISO 9001


There are three plants dedicated to boilermaking, which provide full and innovative solutions, and meet customers’ requirements for projects: Manoir ACPP at Beaumont-Hague Manoir Agriandre at Conches-en-Ouche Manoir CTI ACDN at Agneaux For over 40 years, the three manufacturing sites have been serving industry in France and abroad, offering: Design conception Mechanically welded assemblies from low to very high thicknesses Industrial piping Controls Liners Packaging Transport On-site installation Maintenance Regulatory files They also maintain a high level of knowledge on the following: Forming and bending (numerical and conventional) Plasma and shear capacities Both manual and automatic welding for standard and exotic grades, and all processes : TIG, ARC, MIG, MAG … whatever the thickness, according to the European and International norms under the 1600 QMOS (Qualification of Welding Procedure [Qualification de Mode Opératoire]) Quality management system (ISO 9001 : 2015) and insurance quality in welding (ISO 3834-2, ASME, CODAP, STAMP U and U2) Cladding – reloading or overlay Construction framework: CODAP, CODRES, CODETI, NF EN 13445, 13480, 14015, 1090, ASME VIII Div 1 & 2, AD MERKBLATT, International codes : MOM, GOST, NR13, Australian Standards Production means: machines pool, lifting means Cold forming: bending, folding, rolling… Thermal and mechanical cutting: plasma and water jet cutting, frame cutting, stearing… Mechanical welding Means of controls (mould inspection, geometry checks, resistance test, tightness test, lifting test) Surface treatment


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