Founded in 1945, Jansens & Dieperink has 70 years experience in engineering, fabrication and site assembly of large aluminum and stainless steel constructions. Our services range from detailed engineering up to and including construction on site.

Our company is ISO-9001 and DIN EN ISO 3834-3 certified.

Jansens & Dieperink’s knowledge of silo and blender technology is unsurpassed. When designing an aluminum or stainless steel silo/blender, our engineers factor in product properties as well as other essential parameters such as wind and earthquake loads. In our laboratory we are able to test bulk solids to determine their exact properties. Also blending tests can be performed with our test blenders.

Just as important as engineering is the quality of the manufactured product. J&D continuously invests in state-of-the-art fabrication technologies to reduce production costs and to increase the quality of the end product. Having project references in more than 60 countries worldwide, we can guarantee optimum quality, efficiency and reliability, no matter where your project is located.

Experts in on-site assembly, J&D offer the peace of mind that comes with hiring the most experienced and well-equipped people for the job. We understand that paramount to successful construction is safety, followed closely by the uppermost level of competence in the fields of logistics and quality control. Having performed site-work on petrochemical complexes in 60 countries, you can be assured that J&D will deliver the maximum industrial standards of safety.

This is all guaranteed with state-of-the-art equipment operated by our highly-trained and experienced crews. Extensive resources and personnel mean that this is happening at various job-sites across the world simultaneously – always supported by a dedicated department at the J&D head office in the Netherlands.

On top of our dedication to quality and safety, we understand how important a tight schedule is to delivering successful, on-budget projects. This is aided from a logistics point-of-view by our site assembly system, which minimizes the impact of natural elements, such as rain and wind.