STRESSTEC is an ENGINEERING company dedicated to INNOVATION, which is translated into products, processes and services for the Energy Sector. The company’s approach to provide solutions combines theoretical concepts with experimental and field operations and mainly INTELLIGENT IDEAS.
STRESSTEC is a spin-off founded by some collaborators from LAMEF-UFRGS and incubated in the TECHNOLOGICAL PARK UFRGS HESTIA. The company is strategically located near the BR-290, in Gravataí, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, within an industrial park with facilities and equipment smartly positioned in a high ceiling high security building with a total area of 1,500 m2 allowing the manufacturing, commissioning, testing and operation of large products and equipment.
Our team consists of engineers, masters and doctors with solid international academic background and with over ten years of direct experience in the field. Working in partnership with regional suppliers of the metal-mechanical industry and providing directly to renowned companies in the oil and gas insdutry, we guarantee to our customers INTELLIGENT, INNOVATIVE and INTEGRATED technological solutions to their daily challenges with commitment, ethics and agility.
Our goal is to provide to our partners full support for the development of ENGINEERING projects from their basic concepts through the stages of design, materials selection, detailing, prototyping, costs, production and qualification tests of equipment, structures and substructures for onshore and offshore applications.
R&D, design and manufacture of components, machinery and customized equipment..
Design, optimization, stress analysis, structural integrity assessment and failure analysis.
Standard and customized mechanical tests under static and dynamic load regimes, resonance, hydrostatic and multiaxial.
Assembly, inspection, evaluation, instrumentation, monitoring, operation, assisted operation and maintenance.
Research and development of innovative equipment and services for the Energy Sector.
STRESSTEC holds structural monitoring system patent for wind turbines and other large structures.
Theoretical and practical training and assisted operation.
Support for the development of non-standard testing and customized projects.