Machining components for capital equipment

PSI specializes in precision machining for the capital goods industry.

Starting from customer’s technical drawing, we manufacture in medium and large series machined parts in steel, cast iron, brass, bronze, aluminium for the capital goods sector.

The diversity and versatility of our range of machines enables us to adapt to the majority of industrial requirements in terms of machining components and, specifically, capital equipment.

Complete in-house integration of the manufacturing chain allows to guarantee responsiveness, technical proficiency and quality, as well to produce proposals for economic optimisation.

Our control of the entire supply and manufacturing chain are key assets.

Dimensions: from Ø40 to Ø900 mm

Manufacturer of turned parts for capital equipment

The different stages of part machining for the capital goods sector

We work according to the requirements of large contractors and proceed to the prototype, initial samples , PPAP phases then launch into series production and transmission of control reports.

Our control process includes a validation phase at the start of series, automatized control in production then final control before shipment (editing and transmission of a control report).

Our in-house manufacturing process: sawing, turning, milling, cutting, induction hardening (HF hardening), grinding, lapping allows us to guarantee parts with very high added value (location, position, parallelism, precise surface finish, etc.)

We machine all types of metals and have a perfect knowledge of foundry parts – FGL or FGS cast iron – or forging, brass, bronze, bi-metal and also all types of supplies such as bars or tubes.

The diversity and versatility of our machine park allows us to adapt to the majority of industrial needs.

Our experience as well as the complementarity of our machine park (turning, machining centresinduction hardening, grindingflat lapping, etc.) allow us to offer complete services through a partnership capable of providing technical and economic solutions by offering adaptations, different sources of supply (forging, foundry, laser cutting, flame cutting, etc.)

Integrating the entire production chain internally ensures responsiveness, technical mastery and quality, and proposals for economic optimization.

Types of blanks used for manufacturing parts for the capital goods sector

  • Bars
  • Tubes
  • Forging
  • Foundry
  • Laser cutting
  • Flame cutting
  • Profile

Materials used for machining parts for the capital goods sector

  • Alloyed and non-alloyed steels
  • FGL and FGS grey cast iron
  • Stainless steel
  • Bronze
  • Brass
  • Aluminium
  • Bi-metal