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Cut-to-length lines for thin, medium and heavy gauge material - Slitting lines - Tension levelling system - Single units

The use of stainless steel in purification plants

plants

In many parts of the world, the tendency to use stainless steel in waste water treatment plants increases.

Stackers

Used for stacking sheets after cutting.

Stackers differ in type depending on the processed material, both in terms of size and thickness of sheets . Stackers can be of air-cushion type, mechanical or with magnetic support mechanisms.

Scrap winders

Complementary to the trimming machine, for a maximum thickness of 6 mm, used to rewind scrap in compact bales up to 1200 mm diameter. The machines are equipped with accessories for the safe execution of scrap hooking.

The future of the Earth Moving Equipment market

Earth Moving Equipment

A recent market study underlines how the future of the Earth Moving Equipment market will have a significant increase during 2017-2025.

Scrap shopper

Machines manufactured in several versions, with positive rake blades or double cutting edges, used for cutting the scrap ensuring total safety conditions for the operators.

India: stainless steel train is coming in railways station

train

A new train model, called Train 18, cheaper and faster than Shatabdi Express, can be the right solution for Indian rail traffic.

Slitting lines

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Stainless steel and corrosion

corrosion

Corrosion can be defined as the deterioration of material, usually a metal, that results from a chemical or electrochemical reaction with its environment.

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