We will exhibit at OMC 2019 in Ravenna, 27-29 March

From 27 to 29 March, we will exhibit at the XIV edition of the Offshore Mediterranean Conference (OMC2019) in Ravenna.

The theme of this edition is “Expanding the Mediterranean Energy Sector: Fueling Regional Growth”.

For us, it’s an important opportunity to present our latest news, products and services to an international context.

Come and visit us at Hall 2 Stand A32!

Whakapapa ropeway

In September, we produced 30 carbon steel welding neck flanges for the support stations of the Whakapapa ski resort ropeway on Mt. Ruapehu in New Zealand.

We are very proud of knowing that also on “the other side of the world” the quality of our work in an industry where safety is of the utmost importance is so appreciated.

Special heat exchanger plates for HEAT Group

HEAT is one of the leading companies in apparatus technology for natural gas installations.

In September 2018, we delivered 15 carbon steel plates for heat exchangers based on the customer’s design.

The plates, with 440 holes, had a thickness of 185 mm, a diameter of 540 mm and weighed 150 kg each.

New Hyundai WIA vertical CNC Turning Center

Our fleet has been enriched with the arrival of a new Hyundai WIA vertical CNC Turning Center.

Thanks to this latest generation tool, we will be able to work pieces up to 1100 mm in diameter with the utmost precision.

Even with this purchase, we keep demonstrating the constant will to offer the market quality products and maximum customization.


Project ITER

We contributed to the ITER project (www.iter.org) providing 600 flanges for the refrigeration system piping.

The flanges, in carbon steel and stainless steel, are of various sizes, from 1 to 12 “, have a class of 150 and follow the ASME B16.5 regulations.

GDPR: we updated our Privacy Policy

On May 25, 2018, the most significant piece of European data protection legislation to be introduced in 20 years will come into force when the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) replaces the 1995 Data Protection Directive.

The protection of your Personal Data is a priority for us. That is why our privacy policy has been specifically adjusted to reflect the new regulation.

Read our updated privacy policy.

New tools to improve our quality

We have recently bought new tools to further improve the quality of our production process: one high performance metal analyser for a better traceability of every operation, and one state-of-the-art vertical turning center to ensure the highest precision. With these new investments, we will be able to provide the best solutions to all specific requirements of an increasingly demanding market.

June 28, 2016: Geoflange acquires Friulana Flange

On Tuesday the 28th of June 2016, Geoflange Srl definitively acquired Friulana Flange, completing the process of acquisition began on September 2015 with the establishment of Geoflange Srl together with Geoclima Srl and the simultaneous company lease.

This acquisition encourages us to move toward future goals with great enthusiasm, aware that we can count on excellent human and material resources combined with the competence and experience gained in the past.

2 September 2015: introducing Geoflange S.r.l.

After more than 40 years of activity, Friulana Flange has established a new company with Geoclima S.r.l.

Therefore, with the aim of improving our presence in the market, starting the 2nd of September 2015, you will find us as Geoflange Srl.

With Geoclima Srl joining the company as majority partner and thanks to the new synergy between the two companies, we will now be able to improve the effectiveness, efficiency and punctuality of our deliveries.


The South Caucasus Pipeline (SCP) project – BP

Friulana Flange has gained an important supply of flanges for BP.
We have supplied standard flanges in carbon and stainless steel for an hot oil heater destined for a pipeline project in Azerbaijan: The South Caucasus Pipeline (SCP) was built to export Shah Deniz gas, the pipeline starts from the Sangachal terminal near Baku and it follows the route of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) crude oil pipeline through Azerbaijan and Georgia to Turkey, where it is linked to the Turkish gas distribution system.
The associated condensate is mixed with the oil from the ACG field and is transported to Turkey through Georgia, along the Baku–Tbilisi–Ceyhan pipeline.