STEM D.O.O.

STEM D.O.O.
H5-A200

Web:

Telefon / Phone: 386 5 33 52 100
Faks / Fax: 386 5 30 01 558
Adres / Address: VIPAVSKA CESTA 67 5000 NOVA GORICA SLOVENIA
Stand No: H5-A200
Product Categories:
ANK|1- 9.5. ANK-1- 9.5. Yüzey işlem tesisleri ve malzemeleri | Surface treatment plants, tools and materials
ANK|1- 16.1.2. ANK-1- 16.1.2. Kumlama | Blasting
SHOTBLASTING MACHINES
Company STEM d.o.o. was established in 1989 in Nova Gorica with the aim to produce and develop shotblasting machines with top quality solutions for the purposes of surface treatment, such as shotblasting, matting, shot peening, stress peening, roughening, and so on.
STEM company is based in Nova Gorica, where we design and produce our shotblasting machines. In addition to having its head office and production in Nova Gorica, STEM has two more production plants; the facility in Tolmin, where smaller standard machines are produced, the one in Čakovec (Croatia), where machines of largest dimensions are  produced.
STEM’s shotblasting machines are in operation in nearly all European countries, and also outside Europe (Asia, the Middle East, etc.). Our most important references come from the most prestigious European companies, and also from the largest foundries in Russia.
SHOTBLASTING MACHINES
Company STEM d.o.o. was established in 1989 in Nova Gorica with the aim to produce and develop shotblasting machines with top quality solutions for the purposes of surface treatment, such as shotblasting, matting, shot peening, stress peening, roughening, and so on.
STEM company is based in Nova Gorica, where we design and produce our shotblasting machines. In addition to having its head office and production in Nova Gorica, STEM has two more production plants; the facility in Tolmin, where smaller standard machines are produced, the one in Čakovec (Croatia), where machines of largest dimensions are  produced.
STEM’s shotblasting machines are in operation in nearly all European countries, and also outside Europe (Asia, the Middle East, etc.). Our most important references come from the most prestigious European companies, and also from the largest foundries in Russia.