ALSYMEX is an industrial hub that brings together four ALCEN Group subsidiaries: ALSYOM, CHAMPALLE, SEIV and SIRATECH.
ALSYMEX works in fields of Defence & Security, Energy, Aeronautics & Space and Large Scientific Instruments.
ALSYOM specialises in the design, engineering, production, assembly, on-site installation and maintenance of complex mechanical systems and optomechanical assemblies.
Its industrial sites in Tarbes (65) and Le Barp (33) enable ALSYOM to offer its clients a wide variety of solutions and services:
High-precision machining and welding of large components
Incorporation of systems in a clean environment (ISO5 to ISO8 clean rooms)
Dimensional, geometric and functional characterisation of components
Maintenance of installations in operational conditions
Relying on experienced teams of design engineers and programme managers, ALSYOM manages multi-technology programmes in the long term in the fields of Defence, Aerospace, Nuclear and Large Research Infrastructures (particle accelerators, astrophysics, thermonuclear fusion and power lasers).
ALSYOM is ISO 9001:2008 certified and is part of the ALSYMEX structure that groups together Alcen group companies specialising in the field of mechanical engineering, and can therefore benefit from the expertise and additional human and industrial resources available in its sister companies SEIV and SIRATECH.
ALCEN takes an active role in the fight against Covid-19
Deploying exceptional resources combined with technological expertise, ALCEN and its collaborators contribute to the fight against Covid-19.
SKILLCELL and SYS2DIAG are developing EasyCOV, a fast-acting saliva-based screening test for Covid-19, with support from the PMB and TRONICO teams. SYS2DIAG is a CNRS/ALCEDIAG joint laboratory. The EasyCOV test is easy to administer and results are given within 30 minutes of collecting the saliva sample. Test results are read through colorimetric analysis. A clinical trial is under way to confirm the already observed performance standards of EasyCOV.
TRONICO, in partnership with the collective « MAKERS FOR LIFE » from the French city of Nantes, is currently active in the development and production of MakAir, a ventilator exclusively dedicated to the treatment of Covid-19.