Robust workshop presses.
High quality tube benders.
Profile rollers for heavy bending jobs.
Sturdy folding machines.
Heavy duty belt grinders.
With hydraulic clamping systems.
For the oil and gas industry.
Great quality and fantastic value.
Twin-pillar, semi-automatic and fully automatic machines.
Cut off saws
Well finished machines, made for frequent use.
With variable speed and full protection.
High quality and widely versatile.
Wide versatility, high accuracy and rigid construction.
Huvema is a professional, contemporary firm that has been active for over 40 years. We export our products to over 20 countries worldwide. If you have any questions, or would like to find out more, please get in touch.
Huvema Oil Industry Lathe C10T.12
Lathe designed for use in the oil and gas industry. With its oversized spindle bore it can be used for turning pipes and pipe fittings. But also for a wider variety of turning operations, such as cutting inch, metric, module and pitch threads.
All major components are manufactured from stainless steel, ensuring reliable operation and accuracy for many years.
Huvema UK supply AMRC
Huvema has supplied a series of machine tools to the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC). According to Jon Turley, Huvema's UK and export sales manager, the AMRC has acquired two HU410 VAC manual lathes and a HU460 VAC manual lathe, along with three milling machines, drills and saws. The machines have been installed in the training and tooling area of the AMRC's Knowledge Transfer Centre (KTC) workshop, and are used mainly by apprentices to help develop their machining skills while supporting other work at the facility.
"We're using the Huvema machines for training and toolroom work," confirms Paul Rigden, training officer and workshop manager at the AMRC's KTC.
"They're very good, general purpose machines – very sturdy and good value for money. They've got lots of functions and we've done all types of work on them. They help us teach our apprentices basic manual machining skills before they move on to CNC machines."