“…becoming one of the best in welding and
industrial engineering throughout UK and Ireland.”
As the company continues to develop, investment will continue into the current product portfolio of Access Structures, Tanks, Pipework and Bespoke Products. This has gradually been expanded to include Heat Exchangers, Pressure Vessels and other Water Utility based products.
Cimpina will deepen its product distribution further into the Water Utility Sector and the Offshore Oil & Gas Market. From certified overlay welding of valves (operating at 90 Bar) for projects in the Middle East; to a full skid fabrication for an offshore platform in the North Sea; to an underwater ROV installing cables and pipelines, Cimpina is able to provide a solution to your needs. Engineering, fabrication, installation, commissioning, and after-sales support – we are here to assist.
With a full understanding of industry regulations for Access Structures augmented with CE/EN1090 Certification, Cimpina can make your access ladders, gangways, mezzanine floors and all secondary structural steelworks. As most of the company’s work requires full traceability and NDT our focus is in industrial access systems for the offshore, marine, petrochemical and manufacturing markets.
The company has unrivalled expertise in pipework with the ability to undertake Class 1 Pipe installations for steam/gases. With pipe forming equipment and the necessary welding skills many of Cimpina’s customers rely on our abilities built up over 25 years. Further developments are planned within our Pipework Division notably plastic joining technologies in accordance with EN13067, primarily for industrial single and dual skin pipework in PP/PE/PVDF/ECTFE and PVC.
The Facilities Maintenance Division continues to be strong. Further development within the Public Sectors in both North and South of Ireland is planned.
Cimpina will continue to build alliances within the Ship/Port, Offshore, and Specialist Industries where works need to be undertaken in accordance with approved international standards, manufacturer’s recommendations, insurance bodies, regulators and where full NDT is required.