Comforsa’s industrial structure
The facilities of the Comforsa-4 plant, which cover an area of 20,000 m², can produce 30,000 crankshafts in medium and small series each year. The plant has a laboratory that is responsible for quality control of the parts and is highly equipped with spectrometers, optical microscopes with an image analyser, three-dimensional and AD-Cole laser measurement.
Safety and guarantees for axle manufacturers
At the Comforsa-3 plant, we work with hot extrusion forging and machining of spindles for drive and trailer axles, with parts weighing up to 25kg in carbon steels and alloys. This centre has an annual production capacity of 2 million parts (10,000 tonnes net weight) and a total area of 20,500 m². It boasts a fully automated machining line for finished parts, including thread, keyway, induction and grinding).
Specialists in short series
The Comforsa-5 plant in Reïnosa (Cantabria) provides hot forging for pieces from 20kg to 320kg in alloyed carbon steels, alloys and micro-alloys. With a total area of 21,200 m², the centre has a capacity of 10,000 tonnes net weight and manufactures crankshafts and front axles.
Co-engineering solutions for parts with high technical requirements
The Comforsa-2 facilities for production of hot stamped parts have a capacity of 22,000 tonnes and a total net area of 28,000 m². Equipped with mechanical presses from 1,600 up to 4,000 tonnes, the plant can apply conventional heat, direct tempering and controlled cooling treatments.
Central office and production centres
Comforsa has three production centres located in Catalonia (Campdevànol and Ripoll) and a fourth one in the town of Reinoso in Cantabria. Its head office is located in Campdevànol, less than 90 minutes from the city of Barcelona, where the company has its sales offices.
Comforsa has been awarded quality, environment and safety certifications requiring the highest standards of production. These respond to the needs and expectations of its customers, as the company is committed to constantly innovating in its processes and adapting to environmental conservation criteria.