Types of sheets used in products :


  • MILD STEEL: 6112 DIN EN 10130-99-DCO1
  • GALVANIZED STEL: 1311 DIN EN 10142-00 DX51 D+Z
  • STAINLESS SEEL: Standard use: AISI 304

(1.4301 BS EN 10088)
Optional use: AISI 316
(1.4401 BS EN 10088)



Metal processing is carried out by an automatic line called PSBB. PSBB line is called the unmanned production method. PSBB stands for drilling-stapling, shearing, stacking, and bending. Combo storage allows the processing various sheet metal parts that can be automatically programmed and replaced. The plates are transferred to a Shear Genius drill-shear unit. After shearing, the parts are collected and stacked in an automatic bending unit with a portal robot for subsequent bending and buffering operation. The material flow automatically transfers the parts to the bending center after automatically performing the optimum sequencing work to transfer the parts directly to the automatic bending. The parts that are automatically bent by the portal robot are sent to the painting process.




All sheet steel and galvanized parts to be painted are subjected to cleaning in the first process. In the cleaning process, the oil of the parts is removed with the pressure spray application and the passivation process is performed with deionization. With this application made with a temperature of +55°C, the most difficult-to-reach areas of the parts are cleaned and phosphate is coated. The next stage after cleaning and phosphate coating is the dehumidification (drying) stage over the wet parts. Then the parts enter the paint booth and are painted on the principle of electrostatic rather than electrostatic with the application of the robot. By performing a homogeneous (even) distribution of the paint thickness in the parts painted with the robot system, the paint surface is ensured to look smooth. As a result of painting, the pieces enter the oven to be cooked and subjected to heat so that they remain at 200°C for 15 minutes. The finished parts then pass to the cooling area to be emptied. In this way, in the fully automatic and single-line composite system, all trousers move on the same axis and undergo a consistent painting process that does not allow error without human touch. At the end of this process, the parts have a saline fog resistance of 750 hours.





For water and dust impermeability, we use polyurethane liquid sealing gaskets in our products. Operating between -40 °C and +100 °C, this sealing gasket is used in liquid form. And the material is allowed to dry by taking air into it. The drying sealing gasket forms an additional structure at the end of the process and provides full protection for the product. In addition, the sealing, which is poured hot and frozen on the product, adheres effectively to the surface. When you combine this feature with the durability ability of polyurethane itself, the gasket does not lose its structure due to temperature differences and continues to function for many years. It provides high protection in continental climates, production sites where temperatures can be high, and applications of heat-radiating devices.






Process-exposed, multiple-perforated, non-coated parts are manufactured from mild steel and plated with (Cr+3) zinc. If these parts are galvanized without plating, perforated or cut areas on the parts can corrode. Therefore, these types of parts (mounting rail etc) are zinc-plated.




To prevent damage to our products during the transportation and stocking stages, small products are placed in double-walled cardboard boxes. In large products, after wrapping in cardboard rolls, it is wrapped with air nylon to take precautions against impacts and moisture. Also, all our major products are shipped on a wooden pallet.


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