This website uses some cookies. If you continue navigation, you accept the use of cookies. Warning: blocking cookies prevents the proper operation of the site.
  • ON-SITE MACHINING Maintenance and Repair of Flanges & Valves
  • ON-SITE MACHINING Maintenance and Repair of Flanges & Valves
  • Portable Machine Tools Surfacing - Boring - Threading - Counterboring - Tapping - Resurfacing - Grinding - Conical machining


Found a reference

Guided search Find your products

Kind of components to be machined ?

Which type of work is to be performed ?

What are the diameters/dimensions ?

What are the wall thicknesses to consider ?

Shall the equipment be driven?

Flange Diameter ?

Boring Depth?

Shall the machine be operated?

Nuclear power


Why favor on-site machining?
In a nuclear power plant, more than anywhere else, piping and valve operations are put to a severe test. High pressures and continuous liquid flows create wear on components.
It is vital for these components to be serviced regularly to ensure that the power plant operates correctly. When a flange or a valve is identified as being faulty, two possibilities are available: dismantle the part and repair it in a workshop or repair the part by machining it in place.

Examples of applications:
With SERCO machines, components can be reconditioned even when sealing surfaces are seriously damaged.