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The construction choices implemented by Comecer aim at safety and quality, with no compromises: the extensive use of stainless steel, supported by superb leading edge welding systems, is a concrete example of this policy . The decision is functional and aesthetic at the same time. Stainless steel welding is the most important process for Comecer.
The said process, combined with the use of high quality materials like stainless steel AISI 316L (certified type 3.1 in compliance with standard EN 10204), and with mirror-brite finishing level, allows the company to qualify its products among the highest standards in its sector. All boxes having a container function are welded using the TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) method. TIG weldings are carried out by operators using procedures certified by the RINA notification organ, in compliance with standards EN ISO 15614-1 (PQR), EN ISO 15609-1 (WPS), EN 287-1 (WPQ).
Qualifications are also obtained in accordance with section IX of the ASME Code. All weldings inside the box are therefore subject to “finishing treatments”: degreasing,pickling and passivation, required to return the material to its original specifications as regards hardness and resistance to corrosion.