A multi-consolidated production process
Tommasin can count on a production with a strongly consolidated production process: flat, conical and hemispherical dished heads formed in a workmanlike manner that guarantees dimensional accuracy and excellent surface finish, thanks to our techinicians' expertise and availability of machines and ground breaking technologies.
Production process - Dished heads
The production cycle begins from the sheet-metal cutting (or from welded sheet metals). The disc is then formed principally in two manners: the crowning-to create a spherical cap and the borders, and the edging-to produce the junction of the crown radius and the cylindrical part.
There are several common types of dished heads depending on the manufacturing. Most of the times the dished heads are semi-manufactured to form pressure vessels under specific laws of the field.
Carbon steel, stainless steel, alluminium, and copper dished heads.
Tommasin's dished heads are produced through cold forming process, with materials provided by the customer or our certified raw material (stainless steel, carbon steel, alluminium and copper).Discover our products
Carbon steel, stainless steel, alluminium, and copper emisherical dished heads.
Our material approved during the tests, is ready for the next processes of cutting, forming and pressing; then there are the matching based on the outlines, the cutting of excesses, the welding, the chamfering . Finally the production process ends with the size control.Discover our products
Carbon steel, stainless steel, alluminium, and copper cones.
It only differs in the calendering of the field for the use of a calender to obtain conical and welded calendered plating. Instead of using an hydraulic press, it is alligned with the dished heads forming during the remaining process.Discover our products