Friedrich Wilhelms-Hütte Stahlguss GmbH: Shaping the future with steel and iron

SG-Konverter-kopierenFriedrich Wilhelms-Hütte Stahlguss GmbH is a specialist in high-quality steel castings with an excellent worldwide reputation. Parts for the steering mechanisms and the axle- and wheel suspensions for special vehicles are produced from high-ten­­sile materials. Castings for ballistic protection are used in many vehicles with high-tensile and ferritic weldable steel developed in-house. The mining industry uses high-quality components made ­­of high-tensile and good weldable material. The demands of wear and tear require materials with high levels of hardness but which are nevertheless sufficiently tough. The extraordinarily high stress-lev­­els on plant used in the oil and gas in­­dustry require complex strong, high-­tensile components which retain their strength at low temperatures.

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Above all, the steel nodes used in stadiums and bridges require materials with good weldable properties. Secondary metallurgy and modern computer-assisted production procedures form the basis of the reliable production of high-quality components, thereby making the steel foundry a reliable partner for its customers. Most customers are based in Europe, the USA and Canada. The company is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001, 14001 and 50001 (energy management).

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  1. Anschrift

    Friedrich-Ebert-Straße 125
    45473 Mülheim an der Ruhr
    Tel + 49 208 45174-39
    www.fwh-stahlguss.de

  2. Management

    Dr. Georg Stierle, Mark Vierbaum

  3. Year of establishment

    1811

  4. Business activity

    Unalloyed, low and high alloyed hand and machine moulded steel castings; thin walled, high-strength, good weldable steel casting components for
    • rail and on- and off-road vehicle technology
    • wear and mining technology
    • on- and offshore industry
    • general mechanical and plant engineering
    • civil engineering, building and bridge constructions

  5. Employees

    Approximately 300