Fratelli Pezza will present most recent model of its Mistral machines at Vitrum 2003

FRATELLI PEZZA will be present at Vitrum 2003 to demonstrate the most recent model of its Mistral machines (MISTRAL 120V, MISTRAL 230V and MISTRAL 260V), equipped with new, revolutionary software.

Principle characteristics of this new software:-easy and fast programming-possibility of carrying out countless effects such as deep, shaded, light or normal sandblasting – all in automatic-possibility of carrying out up to 30 different treatments on the same glass sheet – a revolution in sandblasting-possibility to save and store up to 30 different programs and later recall when you need them New MISTRAL 120V-230-260 sandblasters offer unrivalled technology and precision.Ask for more information now!

600450 Fratelli Pezza will present most recent model of its Mistral machines at Vitrum 2003

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