Offshore Letter 2 2010 - Dillinger Hütte GTS

Offshore Letter 2 2010 - Dillinger Hütte GTS

Additional processing services, inspection and documentation

• Heat treatment (normalizing, water quenching, tempering or stress-relieving – see Figure 12)

• Inspection by destructive and/or non-destructive testing (within the Dillinger Inspection Dptmt)

• Machining and/or weld-edge preparation (e.g. by vertical-lathe with 6m-diameter, cutting by

hand or by thermal-cutting-robot – see Figure 13)

• Welding (SMAW, SAW, TIG)

The documentation includes an inspection certificate in

Figure 12: conformity to EN 10204. Special fabrication and inspection

Heat procedures, such as quality plans and/or shop drawings, can

treatment also be provided on request, however. The Heavy Fabrication

of heads Division is certificated in conformity to the following

or shell standards: EN 9001, EN 14001, OHSAS 18001, ASMS S,

courses ASMS U, ASME U2. Auditing for accreditation as an

ASME III NPT-stamp holder and MO is currently taking


Downstream fabrication and services

Dillinger Hütte’s Heavy Fabrication Division is the right address if you need tailor-made prefabricated structural plates, individual parts,

or complete packages providing all-in solutions. The Heavy Fabrication Division is a business unit fully integrated into the Dillinger Hütte

GTS organization and located on the same site as the plate-making facilities.

Dillinger Hütte traditionally supports its heavy-plate customers’ outsourcing strategies. Irrespective of the processes involved – cutting,

dishing, bending, forming, welding or machining – Dillinger Hütte, with its world-leading plate-processing technologies, is committed to

top quality and reliable on-time delivery.

Get the benefits of the Dillinger Hütte Heavy Fabrication Division’s professional expertise and comprehensive service, under our guiding

principle of

“More than just plate!”

Patrick A. REGNERY

(Heavy Fabrication Division)

The Heavy Fabrication Division’s delivery program is intended only to provide an impression of the various formats and dimensions

which can be supplied. Please contact us if you require formats, weights, fabrication operations, etc., not expressly included in the


Stavanger, August 24 - 27, 2010

Hall C Stand 342, German pavilion

Vanessa Di Rosa

I studied mechanical engineering at the Saarbrücken

University of Applied Sciences, and

started an internship in a department of the

Heavy Fabrication Division, Foundry

Section, at Dillinger Hütte in late 2006,

subsequently writing my degree thesis on

topics associated with the experience I

gained there. A year later I joined the Health

and Safety department, moving in March

2008 to Marketing, where my activities focus

mainly on the Offshore, Structural Tubulars

and Linepipe sectors, and also on

Earthmoving & Mining Equipment and the

Visit us at the ONS fair

Marketing Department Offshore, Structural Tubulars, Linepipe

Born: 1980 in Saarlouis

Education: Graduate mechanical engineer

Hobbies: Sport, travel, arts

Dillinger Hütte Steel Service Centers. In

addition to the promotion of Dillinger Hütte

products, my responsibilities also

include answering technical and

commercial enquiries, with expert

assistance from DH’s internal specialists

where appropriate. Prompt and

comprehensive support for customers and

close cooperation with colleagues are

vitally important factors in my work:

‘Coming together is a beginning, staying

together is progress, and working together

is success’ is a quotation, from Henry Ford,

that I agree with wholeheartedly.

Figure 13: Weld-edge preparation

of one-piece heads, shell courses

or multi-segment section by robot


Editor: Andreas Thieme

Co-Editor: Vanessa Di Rosa


P.O. Box 1580

66748 Dillingen/ Saar, Germany

Phone: +49 68 3 47 21 46

Fax: +49 68 3 47 99 21 46



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