Technical Bulletin

Vecom treats stainless steel with Swiss precision

Ultra clean and packing with special procedure

Some time ago, Vecom received a very specialised assignment for the ultra-clean pickling and cleaning, according to stringent requirements, of tubing destined for CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research) in Switzerland. A large particle accelerator was being built here. These stainless steel lines and tubes were intended to be used for cryogenic cooling using helium and some would be connected to the measuring equipment.

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