VEROT | Leaders in services and sheet transformation.
Organisational and Management Innovations
The bet made by VEROT is linked to restructuring the production process and changing work sequences thanks to the inclusion of new precision standards using solid-state lasers. Those responsible for the technical office and the plant personnel will receive training connected to this new challenge, both from the equipment supplier and the material suppliers. Once the technical team is formed, this will convey its knowledge internally by means of training sessions aimed at qualifying the plant personnel.
VEROT, S.A. has wide experience in working for very diverse sectors, from boilermaking, capital goods manufacturing, machinery manufacturing, while including sectors as specific as the military, automotive or nuclear sectors, among others.
A highlighted role is played by the renewable energy sector, for which material is usually supplied for the thermal/solar, photovoltaic and wind power areas. Very diverse work is carried out at VEROT, S.A., ranging from simply cutting up material in 1 mm sheets up to medium boilermaking machining/welding work.
VEROT, S.A. acknowledged by its clients as being a workshop offering services and transformation where the quality of the work performed is of prime importance.
Internally our daily endeavour is to achieve the most expeditious delivery periods possible. The technical office works with all kinds of file, highlighting autocad (.dwg) and most importantly solidworks, in turn allowing us to boost our 3D side.
At present VEROT has the following laser technology:
Bystronic uses two types of laser source: CO2 lasers and CO2 fiber lasers. CO2 lasers use a mixture of gases to generate the laser beam. The high voltage required in the resonator is generated by means of wear-free semiconductor excitation modules. The Bystronic CO2 laser offers these types of module which are smaller, more efficient and reliable than the conventional solutions. CO2 technology is appropriate for machines for universal use dealing with different materials and thick metal sheet plates.
As opposed to 2D laser cutting, 3D laser cutting offers the main advantage that, thanks to the number of axis (5 or 6) of the equipment, it is possible to orientate or move the cutting head in any position in order to perform the right cut on each surface, independently from its geometry. The purpose of this type of cut aims at eliminating leftovers of parts which were previously die-cast to perform certain cuts or perforations on parts which are not flat. 3D laser cutting allows for a wide variety of sheet thicknesses going from 0.5mm to 12mm. Some of the main advantages of 3D laser cutting are the following:
· High precision.
· Minimum deformation of the material through heating.
· Preparation of complex prototypes speedily and providing higher quality.
· Faster and more economical than machining or other processes.
· Flexibility regarding design changes.
· Minimum delivery time.
The 4002C disc laser combines the advantages of a solid-state laser with those of a diode laser. Diode laser, as a pumping source, supplies the excitation energy and guarantees high efficiency. The disc, as a solid-state laser, provides excellent beam quality. The main characteristics of the 4002C laser are as follows:
· High quality beam, independently from the power.
· High efficiency.
· Maximum availability.
· Power from 1 to 16 kilowatts.
· Compact design.
· Fast and simple change of the different components.
· Beam quality from 2 to 25 mm*mrad.
Welding using the 4002C laser is highly efficient and is appropriate for any work that requires welding many times in narrow spaces. This type of laser can cut thicknesses up to 10mm for construction steel, 12mm for stainless steel and aluminium up to 8mm.
VEROT has a plot of land of some 17,000 m2 in the Industrial Estate of Tabaza II and 6,000 m2 of building bays. Furthermore, it has an area of offices and changing rooms adjacent to one of the bays with a built surface area of 800 m2
VEROT has wide experience working for very diverse sectors, from boilermaking, capital goods manufacturing, machinery manufacturing, while including sectors as specific as the military, automotive or nuclear sectors, among others.