About us

Schoeller Werk is one of the leading international manufacturers of longitudinally welded stainless-steel tubes. The company, which was founded in 1827, has its headquarters in Hellenthal in the Eifel Mountains. The product range comprises of TIG and laser-welded stainless-steel tubes, re-drawn precision tubes in straight manufacturing and fixed lengths, as well as coiled tubing.

This trend-setting company continually develops its system technology and its product range according to customer requirements and market demands. The foundation for our high product quality is our use of high-performance machinery, our highly experienced and qualified personnel, and our comprehensive quality management.

Every year, roughly 90 million meters of stainless-steel tubes are produced in Hellenthal. In total, this company which is steeped in tradition employs over 1000 staff members.

Products and services

At the ADIPEC Exhibition 2018 in Abu Dhabi Schoeller Werk will be exhibiting their solutions for the extraction of oil and gas on the high seas, which are always tailored to industry requirements.

At its stand 13460 in Hall 13, the company, which specialises in German-made longitudinal seam-welded tubing, will be demonstrating its heavy-duty control line and chemical injection tube solutions, which are specifically precision-designed for use at a depth of 10,000 m below surface level.

Thanks to the excellent surface quality of the tubes and the particular quality of the welded seam, the tubes can withstand the most extreme conditions. Customers benefit from their superior durability and safety of installation.

For customers in the offshore industry, the array of products is also enhanced by a broad range of services, including encapsulation, or flushing and filling of tubes.

Selection of different tube bundles

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Address
Schoeller Werk GmbH & Co.KG
Im Kohlseiffen 2
53940 Hellenthal
Germany

Phone: +49 2482 81426
Internet: www.schoellerwerk.de
E-mail: Send message

Contact person

Hans-Jörg Rumpf
Marketing & Communication
Phone: +49 2482 81426
E-mail: Send message

News & Innovations

Further boost to performanceFour new drawing lines for Schoeller Werk

Schoeller Werk continues to modernise its machinery with the commissioning of four new start-of-the-art drawing lines. The specialist for longitudinally welded stainless steel tubes is thus expanding its production capacities for redrawn precision tubes while enhancing its production efficiency at the same time. 

Schoeller Werk produces around 1.5 million metres of drawn longitudinally welded stainless steel tubes every month. The new high-performance drawing lines will be used primarily to produce high-load control line and chemical injection tubes for the offshore industry, together with fuel supply systems for the automotive industry.

In optimising the machinery for processing stainless steel, Schoeller Werk assure a constantly high standard of quality for longitudinally welded redrawn stainless steel tubes.

Commissioning the new drawing lines will give a further boost to performance, and ensure that in future too, Schoeller Werk will be in a position to reliably and swiftly meet the high demand for redrawn precision tubes.


Further reading
Economical alternative for apparatus and plant engineering firms Schoeller Werk manufactures longitudinally welded stainless steel tubes from VDM Alloy 31Plus®
Schoeller Werk adds longitudinally welded tubes made of the new material VDM Alloy 31Plus® to its product range, thus offering apparatus and plant engineering firms an economical alternative to tubes made of higher-priced nickel-base alloys.

With immediate effect, the specialist for longitudinally welded stainless steel tubes also makes product solutions from the material VDM Alloy 31Plus® / 2.4692. The Ni-Fe-Cr-Mo alloy with added nitrogen and a chromium level of 26 - 28% shows particularly high resistance under oxidising conditions. The material is therefore suitable above all for all applications in the chemical process industry, for components used in flue gas desulphurisation and waste incineration as well as systems for producing and processing sulphuric and phosphoric acid.



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