Diamon-Fusion International, Inc. (DFI) announced today their new patent-pending technology will allow the company to deliver the best quality hydrophobic coating at the lowest applied price in the industry.
DFI’s FuseCube is the fastest, most efficient way for glass fabricators and manufacturers to apply a coating to their glass and glass-like surfaces.
And the coating applied is DFI’s award-winning, easiest-to-clean Diamon-Fusion®, which delivers the same time and labor savings to consumers wanting to keep their surfaces clean and beautiful.
Just like its predecessor, the new FuseCube automates the coating process, delivering unmatched process advantages in labor reduction, space efficiency, material cost and space utilization, while simultaneously doing something no other machine in the industry does – applying a world-class coating to both sides of the glass every time, guaranteed – at less than the single-sided price.
However, with its new features the new FuseCube takes things to the next level by including two key new benefits:
Grows as You Do – The FuseCube Flex™ line-up has upgradeable coating chambers; so, you can start with as few as 25 lites per run and upgrade to up to 75 per run for a small fraction of the cost of a new machine.
Service Warranty Program – Every FuseCube will now come standard with a 3-year/600 run warranty, redundant systems so you are never “down” and free proactive service calls to ensure 24/7 peace of mind and maximum uptime.
Quote attributable to Russell Slaybaugh, COO at Diamon-Fusion International
“There isn’t another coating machine that can hold a candle to the FuseCube. It coats both sides faster than anything else, in less space than anything else, at significantly lower cost across the board – acquisition, operation, consumables – than anything else.
The new FuseCube Flex™ offers unparalleled process advantages with the Diamon-Fusion coating… on both sides. Any company that owns one or more FuseCubes is in a position to immediately dominate their competition by making the coating a standard offering for just pennies per lite.”
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