At the end of December 2010 at the JSC "Trubodetal" (Chelyabinsk, is part of JSC "OMC") launched a new industrial robot KUKA Robotics. It is designed to cut holes (for the branch tee) of the workpieces up to 100 mm in the automatic mode. Installation of industrial robot has been implemented within the framework of the project "Capacity building for the manufacture of stamped tees diameter of 530 mm to 1420 … pressure from 1.6 to 15 MPa strength class up to K65, using new technologies."
"Commissioning of the industrial robot KUKA Robotics, the last in the chain of production equipment tees at high pressures, means the actual completion of the largest project of" Trubodetal ", which was opened in 2007," — said the head of the project Artem Botvinnikov.
The project included the construction of new production facilities (thermo-press section for the production of stamped and welded tees at both high and low pressure), purchased additional industrial equipment.
In December, "Trubodetal" produced 1 518.5 tons of products. This is higher than in December 2009 to 141.9 tonnes SJT TU (pipeline fittings for technical reasons) were produced 376.7 tons (149.4 tonnes more than in December 2009.) HDTV taps (made by using high-frequency currents) has been released 371 tons (318.5 tonnes more than in December 2009.) SJT, GOST (pipeline fittings on state standards) produced 443 tons (December 2009 — 244.4 m). Assembly units in December were produced 327.7 tons (December 2009 — 852.5 m).
For the twelve months of 2010, the plant produced 17,487 tons of products. This is 4 071.6 tonnes more than in January-December of last year.
SJT TU (pipeline fittings for technical reasons) for the twelve months of 2010 was produced 4704 tonnes is higher than in January-December 2009 to 1374,2 tons of taps HDTV for the reporting period produced 6,326 tons (2 050.8 tonnes more than in January-December 2009). SJT, GOST produced 772.7 tons is 3 for 2 354.2 tonnes more than in January-December 2009 assembly units produced 2,344 tons (32.5 tons more than the January-December 2009).