ace Apparatebau construction & engineering GmbH
- Headquarter: Styria
- Federal states: Styria
- Industry sectors: Industry
The company ACE Apparatebau construction & engineering GmbH being incorporated into the versatile Christof Group is operating on a global scale.
For decades, the team of ACE has been developing special solutions for industrial equipment, which are recognized worldwide.
The company manufactures complex pressure vessels, heat exchangers, columns, reactors, FCC components and other special equipment for international clients in the petrochemical and chemical industries as well as in refineries, polymer industries and the ammonia/fertilizer industry. The highly qualified and flexible employees enable the short-term realization of apparatus engineering projects on a high quality basis and thus form the essential asset of the company. In addition, ACE distinguishes itself by its large vertical range of manufacture and the integration into the Christof Group makes it possible to handle different project categories.
At its headquarters in Lieboch, ACE produces apparatus with pressures up to 750 bar, weights up to 600 metric tonnes and diameters up to 5.4 m in one piece. One of the firm’s facilities is located directly on the River Danube so that up to 600 t maximum can be loaded hassle-free onto ships.
Products and services
The product range includes the manufacture of pressure vessels, heat exchangers, columns, reactors, FCC components and other special equipment as well as thermal and process design acc. to HTRI software.
Through quality assurance with state-of-the-art test equipment, performance that meets all quality guidelines worldwide, planning and carrying out of special transportation, on-site installation and assembling of units manufactured by ACE as well as development of facilities and components in cooperation with renowned engineers’ offices, ACE strengthens its position worldwide as a reliable partner regarding special knowledge, perfection and flexibility in industrial apparatus and vessel construction.