The ideal partner to entrust all your sheet processing
One of PROVAN’s greatest strengths is the way we focus on total projects. Laser cutting, punching, pressing, angle-bending or pleating: PROVAN has the right technology in-house or can rely on partners for any additionally required activities..
Our advanced machinery and our approach to advanced automation enables us to offer the highest quality in sheet-metal work.
Advanced laser-cutting technology
PROVAN uses a innovative laser cutting machine to precision-cut customised parts from sheets. Sheet laser cutting is very quick, and carried out with extreme precision and reliability. We perform laser cutting to tolerances of a few tenths of a millimetre.
Fast, precise and flexible
Provan has 3 CNC Trumpf angle-folding and bending machines in operation, each with a different compression force and therefore suitable for a range of different assignments. Machines from the TruBend Series 5000 combine innovative technology, accuracy and flexibility to bend the most diverse parts.
Punching & pressing
Punching, Nibbling and Pressing
Depending on the product and the customer’s specifications, our punch-nibbling machine is ready to be deployed to suit the job in hand. A combination of cutting and punching tools offer a simple way to provide any product with the required holes. Provan also has a 100 tonne press force hydraulic pressing machine for a variety of pre-treatment duties, such as deep-drawing or pressing.
Punching is applied to press holes in metal. Punching can be done with a rectangular, circular or random-shaped stamp. The sheet material is placed on a mould of the desired shape, after which a piercing punch punches out the workpiece.
Nibbling is used to remove a specific shape from a full sheet. The continuous up and down movement of a piercing punch very slowly moves the workpiece in the desired direction.
Provan has a hydraulic press machine with a press force of 100 tonnes, which can be used for a variety of pre-treatment jobs, such as deep-drawing or pressing. Deep-drawing presses combine a to-and-fro pull and distort movement, which enables the manufacture of products with more complex shapes and large draw ratios.