We work with these materials, according to German DIN-Norms.
We are also able to translate from British Standards and US-Standards to European Norms EN and to DIN:

sheet metal, solid shafts, profiles, semi-finished standards, blocks and slabs:

  • all kinds of flame-cuts: we work with flame-cuts up to 400 mm thickness, typically 1.0553 (S355, St 52), 1.7131 (16MnCr5)
  • custom-rolled sheet metal: widths up to 4 m and custom-specific heats
  • boiler-plate, manganese-plate, Hardox-plate (Swedish Steel), structural plate, increased temperature steels
  • all kinds of steel profiles and rectangular tubes: we cut semi-finished products up to 700 mm in-house
  • warm- and cold-drawn profiles (EN 10277), cold-drawn guiderails, cold-drawn standards
  • hollow round tubes up to D = 2500 mm
  • case-hardening steel, steel for nitriding, steel for quenching and hardening, steel for standard machining
  • steel for flame- and induction hardening, typically: 1.1213, 1.3505
  • spring steel (2000 N/mm2)
  • piston rod material, chromed and ground


  • all kinds of castings: steel iron, ductile iron (nodular), grey iron, precision castings, aluminium castings, bronze castings, brass castings
  • especially ductile iron (GGG, GJS), up to GJS-700, up to 13 tons weight per part
  • high-pressure ductile iron up to 600 N/mm2 and elongation of 15% (GJS only 7%), pressure-tight ductile iron
  • ADI-castings with 1000 N/mm2
  • hollow round tubes up to D = 1500mm: ductile iron (nodular), grey iron
  • cast blocks up to 3000 mm: ductile iron (nodular), grey iron
  • castings from wooden or plastic patterns, investment castings out of polystyrene (Styropor)

non-ferrous metals:

  • all kinds of aluminium-alloys; especially aircraft-aluminium with 600 N/mm2
  • typically: AlMg3, AlMgMn, AlZnMgCu, AlCuMgPb, AlZnMgCu1,5, AlZnMgCu0,5
  • different kinds of copper-alloys, typically: E-Cu 57, CuZrCr
  • different kinds of bronzes and "red castings", typically: CuZnPb, RG 7 and bearing-metal
  • brass in blocks, in castings and as sheet material
  • different kinds of zinc-alloys, especially Zamak with different melting temperatures

tool steel:

  • different kinds of hot-work-steel, typically: 1.2343
  • different kinds of cold-work-steel, typically: 1.2379
  • forgings out of improved steel, typically: 1.2738, 1.2311, 1.2312, 1.7220

stainless steel:

  • all kinds of corrosion-resistant stainless steel: ferritic, martensitic, austenitic, austenitic-ferritic
  • typically: 1.4301 (V2A), 1.4307, 1.4571 (V4A), 1.3958, 1.4104, 1.4057, 1.4509
  • all kinds of heat-resistant stainless steel, typically: 1.4828, 1.4841
  • stainless quenched steel, typically: 1.7225 (42CrMo4)
  • stainless steel tubes, upwards from D = 1,5mm and wall-thickness 0,2mm
  • stainless steel gratings

special materials

  • tungsten and titanium: Triamet (90% Wo + 10% Ni) with 18g/cm3 and 70 W/mK, TZM (Titanium-Zirkonium-Molybdenum)
  • Nickel-alloys: Monel, Inconel, Hastelloy
  • Pure Iron: Armco
  • plastics: PE, PA, ABS, POM, PU, Sika M912, PEEK
  • composites: Pertinax, Bakelite and other isolating materials, own stock
  • rubber: castings and laminates
  • guiderail-materials: Turcite
  • special concrete with zero-shrink factor

surface materials and processes:

  • classic heat-treat processes, dominantly: vacuum hardening, case-hardening, gas-nitriding (in house)
  • galvanic and chemical coatings, typically: chrome, nickel, zinc, copper, blackening
  • aluminium coatings: elox-coatings, fluor - plastic coatings (Tufram)
  • metal-spraying with wide selection of electrodes and powders (Sulzer-Metco)
  • electro-polishing: stainless steel, aluminium

This list is probably not complete!