In order to keep this extensive knowledge within the company, we train our employees ourselves, and we have won national awards for our training schemes. The sustainable properties of this material, combined with innovative product technologies and professional expertise in our customers' areas of application, make us the right partner for the water industry and deep-foundation engineering.
Due to the continuous development and improvement of our products, we are an innovative manufacturer of ductile pipe and pile systems.Our vision
Tiroler Rohre GmbH's goal is to focus on the high quality of its products and to satisfy their customers.
In 1947, Tiroler Rohre GmbH was founded by Guido Holzmeister, son of the famous Tyrolean architect Clemens Holzmeister.
In 1953, the largest annealing furnace in Europe was put into operation in Hall. The company Mond Nickel & Co has acquired a license for the production of ductile iron.
In 1955 the TYTON joint was introduced at Tiroler Rohre GmbH. So the pipes could simply be put together and connected. To secure soil here is needed.
The series production of spheroidal cast iron pipes (nodular cast iron) begins in the factory in Hall in Tyrol.
The year 1975 represents a milestone for Tiroler Rohre GmbH. The longitudinal and traction-locked VRS-T connection was introduced and has always been a symbol of the company's innovative spirit.
In the case of spray galvanizing, a zinc layer is applied to the pipe. This system is now fully automatic.
The second business unit is the ductile pile. He serves in the foundation engineering of foundations of any kind.
Snow-making systems demand a system that withstands high water pressure - Tiroler Rohre GmbH is one of the first manufacturers to be able to supply such a system.
This system makes it possible to coat the fittings even better with powder and thus to protect against corrosion and other influences.
Max and Karin Kloger take over Tiroler Rohre GmbH and lead the company back into profitability.
The company's Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) proves the environmental compatibility of its piles.
In 2019, the series production of cement-coated cast iron pipes started. This new tube is the all-rounder of the pipe family from Hall, but it can be installed in all soil classes.