The Quality System
The Quality System adopted at S.I.F.E.A., since its inception, has increasingly become an integral part of the life of the Company, being closely linked to the experience and professionalism developed in all these years.
The brilliant results have come thanks to a careful management of all the resources, economic and human, and the ability to solve the many market problems. All this is faced with the constant improvement of production by virtue of the investments that keep the company in line with technological development: it has been investing for years in the constant maintenance of the plants, but also in the training of technicians, and in compliance with the laws on safety and hygiene at work.
The certification of the Quality System is a further confirmation of the commitment made by S.I.F.E.A., and demonstration that the efforts and orientation to the quality of the Company have found full confirmation at the regulatory level.
- Submerged and manual arc according to the European regulation UNI EN 288/3 which includes a range of thicknesses from 5 to 90 mm with a stress relieving heat treatment and standardization with regard to ferritic steels, and a range of thicknesses between 5 and 70 mm for austenitic steels.
- Manual mixed procedure - submerged arc
Welding procedure according to ASME IX from 6 mm to 40 mm without heat treatment and from 6 to 22 mm with standard heat treatment (ASME II - SA 516-70 W.P.Q.R. TO ASME IX) - Lloyd's Register
A station equipped for welding special materials is always available, with the possible intervention of external welders.
Since 2003, S.I.F.E.A. is equipped with the certification mark of the Company Quality System UNI EN ISO 9001: 2015 for the "Production of funds for atmospheric devices and pressure according to customer specifications (IAF 17)", approval with the TÜV entity.
S.I.F.E.A. is also certified for the formation of funds according to the German AD 2000-Merkblatt W 0 / HP 0 with TÜV entity, with the materials indicated in the annexes to the certificate AD 2000 in compliance with the European Directive PED 2014/68 / EU, Annex I, Section 4.3.