Precision mechanical construction for scientific research
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INFN - National Institute of Nuclear Physics
IFIN - Horia Hulubei National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering
CERN - European Organization for Nuclear Research
STFC - Science & Technology Facilities Council
ESRF - European Synchrotron Radiation Facility

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Comeb is a high-tech company specializing in precision mechanical construction, with particular regard to scientific research.

Founded by Mauro and Roberto Bonifazi, Comeb has established itself as a landmark company in Central Italy thanks to the special attention that it dedicates to the needs of each individual customer.

Comeb provides subcontract mechanical work, designing and realizing everything from single components to complete machines. Its products are used in all industrial and scientific sectors and Comeb has a proven track record in the aerospace and aeronautics industries and archaeological research.

Constant technological updating, significant investments in personnel training and the purchase and overhauling of machinery make Comeb the ideal technological partner for industry and research centres.


Sectors of activitySectors of activity


Satisfying the needs of industry and the world of research requires a high degree of flexibility. Comeb is capable of meeting the diverse needs of its customers, spanning a wide range of sectors with the most appropriate approach and materials.
  • Design and production of systems and components for the aerospace industry
  • Design and production of UHV (Ultra High Vacuum) equipment and components for industrial applications and scientific research
  • Precision mechanical construction for applications in aeronautics, aerospace and nuclear physics
  • Construction of vacuum chambers; UHV components, both standard and non-standard
  • esign and production of equipment for archaeological research

Materials usedMaterials used


Austenitic stainless steels, duplex and superduplex; titanium and its alloys; nickel and its alloys; aluminium; copper; bronze; tantalum, zirconium, tungsten, shapal and macor ceramic materials; plastics, etc.