The units depicted above are for the cryogenics industry they were constructed at Puma engineering’s workshop facility. We received the container and the free issue components into our facility, we then installed the components into the container whilst concurrently fabricating the interconnecting pipe work and ducting.
Once the pipe work and ducting was made available this was is also installed into the container by our in-house engineering team ensuring that all interfaces were correctly satisfied
15,000 square foot facility, comprises of a 1 acre plot benefiting from an extensive secure external areas which can be used for the storage of materials, laydown areas, hydro-testing and the construction of large modular units. The workshop has a state of the art curtain system often seen within the nuclear manufacturing industry which when installed allows the production of exotic materials in a clean ferrous free environment. The curtain contains a positive pressure filter system which ensures a double boundary is created against any ferrous particles being able to penetrate the clean workshop environment.
The workshop has 2 off 5 ton cranes which can work in tandem to lift 10 tons. Multiple cutting and prepping machines are set out to ensure all sizes, material grades of pipe and steel sections are cut and prepared to tight tolerances. 10 ton, 5 ton, 2 ton, 1 ton and ½ ton manipulators. Rotators are used to ensure that the piping spools are manufactured using the very best productive methodology. Rollers from 5 ton to 30 ton plus are used for the fabrication and welding of pressure vessels.