SGS installs new secondary dedusting system SEKU 3.1 for voestalpine in just six months

Mechanical installation order goes from Linz to the Innviertel region. Primetals Technologies is a consortium partner.

Pic 1: SGS/Mario Preinsberger (free)
Pic 1: secondary dedusting system SEKU 3.1
Pic 2: SGS/Mario Preinsberger (free)
Pic 2: SGS project manager Florian Pauzenberger (left) and Daniel Aigner (right).

Pic 1: SGS/Mario Preinsberger (free)

Primetals Technologies Austria uses the industry service provider SGS Industrial Services, based in the Innviertal region, in the several-month project to produce a new steel plant secondary dedusting system (SEKU 3.1) for voestalpine in Linz due to its mechanical and international installation experience. In the consortial cooperation in the SEKU 3.1 project, Primetals Technologies Austria is responsible both for the engineering and the delivery.

Linz/Dorf an der Pram, 3. August 2015 – Within the framework of the SEK MET 4 project of the Steel Division of voestalpine Corporation at the Linz location, the SEK 3.1 installation for exhaust filtration of three ladle furnaces together with a bunker suction group and a conditioner stand is built. The mechanical installation works, such as constructional steel work, pipe work, crude gas/clean gas channels, clean gas chimney, ventilator system as well as reconfiguration works on the existing parts of the installation are performed by SGS Industrial Services. Around 850 tons steel structures and equipment, as well as insulation and sheeting material, are installed by more than 30 SGS specialists within the framework of the several-month SEKU 3.1 project. "The special and deadline-based installation, as well as the coordination and the smooth and effective cooperation with the partner companies, are the keys to success. In this respect, we can take advantage of our international installation know-how and many years of project work," says the SGS founder and managing partner Werner Griesmaier.

Highest quality and safety standards
"The fulfillment of the highest requirements with respect to the work safety standards of our skilled workers such as construction site managers, senior assemblers, crane operators, mechanics, welders, pipe fitters, insulation specialists and cladding specialists is the main prerequisite for the success of our projects and confirms the positive progress of the SEKU 3.1 project," reports Christoph Geßwagner, SGS project manager.

SGS Industrial Services
Since the founding of SGS Industrial Services by Werner Griesmaier in 2004, the company has developed into a world-renowned service network with more than ten locations across four continents. Today SGS is a globally acting industrial installation company with its main office in Dorf an der Pram in Upper Austria. The client projects are realized with around 650 committed employees – during peak periods they are up to 1,500 workers. Since November 2013, Rudolf Sumereder has lead SGS Industrial Services as the CEO. The company is a 100 per cent subsidiary of POS INDUSTRIES Holding GmbH.
Further information under: www.sgs-industrial.com

POS Industries Holding GmbH
‘We develop, realize and service industrial facilities: turnkey ready, innovative, efficient’, this is the guiding principle of POS Industries Holding GmbH. The company group is active in the industrial services as well as in the technology and production areas. The brands SGS Industrial Services, SGS Welding Services, Luksch Haustechnik, Montagetechnik Plauen, MW-Engineers, Hörmann Verwertungen (AT) as well as GHS Global Housing Solution and CEATEC Engineering are brought together under one roof. Executive managing partners of the corporation with its main office in Linz are Harald Rath and Werner Griesmaier. The globally acting POS Industries Holding generated sales of about 130 million euros in 2014 with 1,200 employees.
Further information can be found at: www.pos-industries.com