Machines and Components
Fans, rotary valves, screws, piping components and cyclones – all these are components which, over the decades, we have developed and continuously optimised for plants in the various ranges of application covered by our Wood Processing Industry, Wood Based Panels Industry, Metals Industry, Industrial Minerals and Energy Industry divisions.
We have taken the manufacturing expertise that we possess at our company headquarters in Aurolzmünster, Upper Austria, and the process expertise we have drawn our five company divisions, and combined them to form a separate division named “Machines and Components”. The aim is to position ourselves as an expert, dependable partner for customers including those whose requirements cannot be fully covered by our other company divisions – and to drive innovation in new areas.
End customers and plant manufacturers
The primary target groups on which the new division will be focusing its efforts are end customers and plant manufacturers, while its target markets will be Austria, Germany, Switzerland and the rest of Europe.
Through its Machines and Components arm, Scheuch is offering another area of business in parallel to its existing divisions, in the hope that it will be able to tap into new market potential and consolidate its leading position.
Machines and Components will cover the following product portfolio:
Since the company was established in 1963, Scheuch has built more than 40,000 industrial-grade radial fans for transporting clean or dusty air – and has put them into operation all over the world.
Scheuch offers a comprehensive, beautifully engineered range of approximately 1500 fan types, with pressure increases up to 25,000 Pa and volume flows of 500 to 650.000 Bm³/h. The fan portfolio is rounded off by specialist applications including wear-resistant, gas-tight and hot gas designs up to 550°C, as well as special materials (such as stainless steel and aluminium).
Various operating modes can be selected to suit requirements: direct drive, belt drive and coupling drive types for a power range of up to 2,500 kW are all available.
Tube-type and trough screws are used to continuously transport bulk materials, at throughput volumes of 2 to 500 m³/h and with screw diameters between 200 and 1000 mm. Design options also include hot gas variants and special materials.