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Duplex stainless steel domes for small tanks
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Pressure vessel dome manufacturing
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10,000 litre spherical diesel tank
4" Tube Rolling
Steel Sphere for Vacuum Tank

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  • Stainless Reputation

    New Plymouth in Taranaki may be out of the way (even for New Zealand) but it has now become a go-to place for art fabrication. The city has been building Len Lye sculptures since the mid-seventies when John Matthews worked with the artist to build the massive Flip and Two Twisters. Since then a number of Lye works have been fabricated ...

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    High pressure coded domes made here

    Torispherical and hemispherical domes for certified pressure vessels to ASME 8 and AS1210 codes are now being manufactured in New Zealand by Global Stainless - thanks to their recent acquisition of a large hydraulic press and heavy capacity flanging (knuckling) machine. Global Stainless also offers a "knuckling only service" for customer-supplied cones, domes and flat discs and organises packaging and transport. "We ...

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    Dome end manufacturer goes heavier

    A Hawera Engineering Company now produces dome ends up to 13mm thick in mild steel for tanks and vessels. Global Stainless first started manufacturing 2mm and 3mm thick stainless steel domes for tank fabricators throughout New Zealand on a purpose built 3.5 metre diameter dome spinning machine but have recently acquired a hydraulic bumping press and a Swedish made hydraulic knuckling/flanging ...

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    Oversize bends now in NZ

    Larger stainless steel bends have been developed by a Hawera engineer to provide an alternative to segmented bends, thanks to a New Zealand patented double curved metal forming process.Long sweeping bends manufactured to customer requirements up to 500mm in diameter are proving to be an excellent choice against segmented bends, or commonly known as lobster back bends. The bends are popular ...

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