Company

For over 30 years CTC has been engaged in Pickling, Fluxing and Pressing in Industrial and Naval Plants such as:

 

  • Cruise ships, military ships, cargo ships, yachts and shipyards;
    • Cogeneration plants
    • Industrial boilers
    • CHP
    • Heat exchangers
    • Power plants
    • Mills
    • Steel
    • Pipe mills
    • Continuous castings
    • Zincature
    • Pickling lines etc.
    • Cryogenic plants
    • Oxygen distribution networks

 

and potentially in every industrial and naval plant where the systems are installed.

 

Mainly the works carried out are:

• Pickling of new or old pipes and equipments
• Chemical washing of new and old pipes and equipment
• Flushing of new or renewed water or hydraulic supply systems

CTC was founded in 1978 by a group of technicians with a high level of renewed experience, in the field of chemical treatments applied to buildings and subsequent maintenance of industrial plants.

The fields of activity are different, ranging, as described above, from steel mills, shipyards, energy production, etc.
The activities are carried out in Italy and Worldwide.



The CTC technicians have a long experience in the systems and plants mentioned above. Our technicians can carry out on-site all analytical checks to certify the work performed, supported by suitable equipment for on-site analyzes.

CTC has a range of machinery and equipment suitable for satisfying all problems, even the most unusual ones, which can be found during the start-up or maintenance of the systems activity. Over the years the warehouse has been progressively increased so as to allow it to simultaneously cover various activities located in different geographical areas of the world.
Field work is supported by a design planning carried out in our technical office.

The efficiency of the structure to meet international standards is certified by SINCERT UNI EN ISO 9001: 2008 and BS OHSAS 18001

Confident of the experience, results and efforts to renew, CTC is sure to be able to meet customer requirements, wherever they may arise.