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Founded in 1936 in the Netherlands, Wolfard & Wessels has evolved into a global innovator in vessel piping systems. From ballast water treatment to scrubber integration and the installation of complete engine room systems, the company’s specialists cover every aspect using a wide range of pipes manufactured in-house, such as CuNiFer, stainless steel, galvanised and double walled. Wolfard & Wessels is active in a variety of segments including shipbuilding, reﬁts, industrial process installations and more.
Are you looking for a way to outsource unfamiliar parts or even the complete project? Nothing disrupts the timeline of your project and your budget more than having multiple companies involved. At Wolfard & Wessels we will be with you every step of the way, from measuring (3D scans), designing (3D engineering) and fabricating to installation and commissioning. The fi nal result will be the best possible piping solutions, entirely custom built for your situation.
"Put simply, the turnkey piping solutions from Wolfard & Wessels save you money, time and stress."
Complete peace of mind. This is how we will tackle your project:
We are active in the following market segments:
Luxury yacht building
Gas- and diesel engines and gearboxes
Industrial process water and other intallations
WORKING AT WOLFARD & WESSELS
Wolfard & Wessels Werktuigbouw is constantly looking for specialists and young talents that are a good fit for our organisation. Specialists are always welcome with us within our organisation! Wolfard & Wessels is an organisation where people know each other and where craftsmanship and specialist skills are valued.Our vacancies
Wolfard & Wessels has been a proud ELWA dealer for the Dutch market since November 2019.
ELWA Elektrowärme GmbH & Co KG manufactures high-quality electric instantaneous water heaters, tank heaters and pre-heaters suitable for water, oil and chemicals in both standard and special versions. In addition, ELWA produces power to heat (P2H) systems, developed to convert electrical surplus (renewable) energy into thermal energy, to support the existing local heating or district heating and to relieve the electricity grid.