Brembana & Rolle S.p.A.

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Brembana Costruzioni Industriali and Rolle merged their design and construction skills in Brembana&Rolle S.p.A., new company leader operating worldwide in the design and implementation of conventional and Screw Plug High-Pressure Heat Exchangers, High-Pressure Reactors up to 600 t by weight, High and Medium-Pressure Waste Heat Boilers and High-Pressure Vessels & Columns for the Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, Fertilizer and Power Plants Industry. Main applications for our products include Refineries, Petrochemical and Chemical Plants, Urea and Ammonia Plants, as well as Power Generation. A heritage of in-depth experience and know how at Brembana&Rolle, together with fully-integrated facilities, enable our team of experts to satisfy customer demands in terms of product range and size.

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