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For Water, Wind and Oil & Gas 

Highest form and bearing tolerances as well as a wide variety of materials place high demands on the machining of workpieces from the energy industry. As one of the leading manufacturers of CNC lathes and complex machining centers, we supply the technologies and equipment for machining a wide variety of workpieces. These include turbine shafts, generator shafts, drive shafts, wind power components, valve components, compressor components, underground drilling components, and cable drums.

For highest Precision and high-strength Materials

The highest form and bearing tolerances as well as a wide variety of materials place high demands on the machining of workpieces from the energy sector. As one of the leading manufacturers of CNC lathes and complex machining centers, we supply the technologies and equipment for machining a wide variety of workpieces. These include turbine shafts, generator shafts, drive shafts, wind power components, valve components, compressor components, underground drilling components and cable drums.

In addition to individual machines, we also plan and implement complete production lines for processing everything from individual parts to large series. This competence is based on the synergies of our product programs within the NSH Group and the close cooperation with other well-known manufacturers.

As a research and development partner, we are also reliably at your side for trial machining.

Product Portfolio

For the machining of workpieces from the energy sector, our horizontal lathes and machining centers are world leaders. For finishing operations, our rolling and grinding machines are used.

Workpiece examples

Here are three typical examples of workpieces for the energy industry

Wind power rotor shaft

Gear shaft

Drilling components

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