The activity is
located in the Moravian Silesian region, close to Poland and Slovakia border
(see the map). The region is one of the most industrialized area in the Czech
Republic. Here is in the region concentrated iron and steel production, heavy
engineering production and increasingly car production too.
From the most
interesting products we can describe:
Nuclear power plants components
steam generators, compensators, vessels for transport of radioactive waste,
barbotage vessels, separators.
Ship engine parts as semi-built-up
crankshafts, connecting rods, piston
rods and crowns, cylinder covers or ship
parts. Seamless high-pressure steel cylinders for
compressed gases, liquefied and under pressure dissolved gases of test
pressures up to 525 bar.
Pressure vessels and accumulator
shells with testing pressures up to 986 bar. Steel cylinders for CNG
(Compressed Natural Gas). Welded steel vessels for LPG (Liquified Petroleum
plate products: Steel and bridge
structures, ship building, abrasion resistant plates, pressure vessels used in
normal, or elevated temperatures, special military engineering, flame cut
shapes offshore structures
Many other steel products
It is necessary
to mention that in Ostrava town, two universities are located and of a most
important from the industrial activities point of view is the presence of
Technical University VSB .