A lecture held at the Alper space in the city of Vitória (ES) brought together engineering students and construction professionals. The professionals from Tuper, Inácio Kotovicz, product application engineer, and Douglas Tschoke, regional sales manager, spoke on the topic “Steel Structural Systems for Buildings Part I: Foundations,” presenting the characteristics and applications of the solutions developed by the company for the construction industry, focusing on Tuper quick connection tubular piles, which use an innovative concept for joints that eliminate the need for welding. (Learn more about the product by clicking here)
The event, a partnership between the Federal University of Espírito Santo and the companies ArcelorMittal and Tuper, also had representatives from the organizers in attendance.
In the central photo, from left to right: Douglas Tschoke (Tuper), Professor Macksuel Azevedo (UFES), Débora Guimarães and Raylane Custódio (ArcelorMittal), and Inácio Kotovicz (Tuper)
With over 50 years of experience, Tuper is one of the largest steel processors in Brazil. The company keeps pace with market evolution, offering extensive product lines that meet the most demanding national and international standards. The product portfolio includes solutions for various sectors, including industrial, automotive, construction, agriculture, oil and gas, and more. In the construction sector, the company specializes in quick-connect tubular piles for foundations, structural steel profiles, metal roofing systems, black and galvanized carbon steel pipes for structural and conduit applications, composite ribbed slabs, scaffolding, shoring, cladding, and slitters. Learn more about Tuper.