Hungary  United Kingdom(Great Britain)


European regional development fund


Beneficiary name: FLANSCH-TECH Kohászati Termék és Szerelvénykereskedelmi Kft.

Project title: 2015 technological development of Flansch-Tech Kft

Amount of contracted support: HUF 17,295,379

Subsidy rate: 45%

Presentation of the project content:

In the framework of the tender, the following was purchased: 1 Amada CMB 75 CNC disc cutting machine with the associated extractor.

In our forging business, the number of pieces delivered to the automotive industry has increased significantly recently. It is becoming more and more difficult for us to fulfill these quantities with our currently available cutting capacities, and we will no longer be able to produce the further increased numbers predicted for 2016 and 2017 with our current capacities. In order to do this, we decided to purchase a new precision Amada CMB 75 CNC disc cutting machine and the associated extractor.

Project end date: 09.09.2015.

Project identification number: GINOP-1.2.2-15-2015-01437



Beneficiary name:  FLANSCH-TECH Kohászat i Termék és Szerelvénykereskedelmi Kft.

Project title: Development of the forging plant of Flansch-tech Kft. at Érd

Contracted grant amount: HUF 24,000,000

Subsidy rate: 40.89%

Presentation of the project content:

In the framework of the tender, the following were purchased: 2 induction heating devices.

With the help of purchased induction heaters, more accurate products can be manufactured. The capacity of the induction heaters is also larger, 500 kg/hour each, while the capacity of the currently available furnace is approx. 100-120 kg/hour.

Induction heaters continuously check the temperature of the pieces and automatically adjust the heating intensity accordingly. Thanks to this, the heated pieces are forged within the range of +/-5 °C, which is a common requirement in the automotive industry. In the event of a machine or tool failure and shutdown, the machine can be switched to temporary heat retention or cooling, so that the parts in the equipment can be reused.

During induction heating, the pieces to be heated are heated in an induction coil with a diameter very close to the diameter of the piece, so the energy loss is minimal. Thanks to the more economical heating costs and the significantly larger number of pieces that can be produced per shift, our products are much more competitive.

Project completion date: 02.13.2018

Project identification number: VEKOP-1.2.1-16-2016-00203