noticias

Programa Concepto subvencionable Organismo Expediente Importe Subvencionable Duración
HAZITEK PROYECTOS I+D (BRID+6,5) GOBIERNO VASCO ZL-2020/00103 35.774,84€ 2020
HAZITEK PROYECTOS I+D (BRID+6,5) GOBIERNO VASCO ZL-2020/00103 48.671,70€ 2020
HAZITEK PROYECTOS I+D (BRID+6,5) GOBIERNO VASCO ZL-2019/00705 31.039€ 2019
HAZITEK PROYECTOS I+D (BRID+6,5) GOBIERNO VASCO ZL-2019/00705 31.763€ 2019
HAZITEK PROYECTOS I+D (BLOOMPRO) GOBIERNO VASCO ZE-2018/0002 32.497€ 2018-2019
HAZITEK PROYECTOS I+D (BLOOMPRO) GOBIERNO VASCO ZE-2018/0002 26.600€ 2018-2019
IDAE INVERSIÓN EN QUEMADORES REGENERATIVOS DE GAS MINISTERO DE INDUSTRIA, COMERCIO Y TURISMO FN-PGESI-2018-001631 192.720€ 2018-2019

News

Euskalforging has been awarded with the manufacture of rings for the heaviest bearings ever designed for final customer China Communications Construction Company (“CCCC”). The bearings are the tunner boring cutter head main bearings, with dimension above 8000 mm in grade 42CrMo4Mod.

Euskalforging is proud to announce that it has widen the scope of profile ring rolling process up to 8000 mm of outside diameter. The profile ring rolling carried out at euskalforging uses special tools and, in addition to the advantages of rectangular ring rolling (excellent forging reduction ratios, fibre orientation and microstructure), it also offers significant savings in material and a general reduction in costs

Euskalforging its presence in the reducers market together with CMD; the French company has finished the production of its innovative reducer for rolling mills. This model, designed for the ArcelorMittal factory in Fos-sur-Mer/France, shows the impressive weight of 180 tons and 9 MW power.

Euskalforging continues its role as manufacturer of seamless rolled rings for several application within the offshore wind sector and has provided rings for the the largest hammer ever built, the MHU3500S. This hydraulic hammer offers a massive 3500 kJ of power and satisfies all requirements of offshore pile foundation installation, even future requirements to cover up to 7,5 m pile sleeve

The Danish Kriegers Flak will be developed by Vattenfall company with 72 Siemens Gamesa turbines.