Karhula Foundry recieced in February 2019 an approval from the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping to deliver casting components to sea vessels produced in Russia. This approval is valid for five years. The first substantial deliveries are now under production in Karhula, these being a series of 8000 kg and 1200 kg steel castings.
Karhula Foundry passed the Russian Atomenergomash quality division’s CDMBM quality system audit with exceptional marks 87/100 (minimum qualification is 66/100) in 16.-17.5.2019. Atomenergomash is a subsidiary to the governmental energy company Rosatom, which produces complete nuclear power plants globally. The casting components delivered by Karhula Foundry go to water cooling systems in nuclear power plants out side of Russia. Duplex- and superduplex-castings and super-austentitic steel castings are especially competitive in these applications.
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