The KST family includes subsidiaries in Essen, Görlitz and Hamburg
Together, we form a strong group of companies with a focus on the production of mechanical components and assemblies for energy engineering and high-quality mechanical engineering. The combination of different abilities and focus of these three companies enables us to offer tailor-made solutions and to respond flexibly and accurately to every requirement.
Gleitlagertechnik Essen GmbH
In addition to the new production and regeneration of plain bearings and components, the company also offers complete assemblies or special solutions and specializes in the service of bearings. The friction bearing technology at the Essen site looks back on more than 100 years of history and has been a subsidiary of KST since 2003. A comprehensive history in white metal processing, extensive know-how in casting technology, experience in bearing design and warehouse use as well as a broad product and performance portfolio are their particular strengths. The company has a large, modern machine park and 50 highly qualified, long-time experienced employees.
Spilling Technologies GMBH
Spilling sees itself as a solution provider in the field of energy and resource efficiency. Spilling provides steam piston and gas piston expanders as well as steam piston compressors for industrial applications if pressure and temperature differences are to be used. Engineering, manufacturing, on-site assembly and commissioning as well as worldwide service and maintenance services from a single source are among our strengths.
Spilling is a medium-sized company with 125 years of tradition based in the port of Hamburg and has 30 highly qualified employees.
TKG Turbinenkomponenten Görlitz GmbH
TKG specializes in the production of precision components for turbomachinery such as industrial steam turbines, power plant steam turbines, gas turbines, compressors and pumps. In addition to the turbocomponents, various components are manufactured for customers in the fields of valves, pressure equipment construction, plant engineering and general mechanical engineering for service and new construction. The TKG employs 28 highly qualified long-term employees as well as it offers apprenticeships.