Saudi Arabian Glass Specialist s New Suite

Date: 17 September 2009
Source: Ashton Industrial
SAUDI ARABIAN glass specialists Salam Saleh BABGI have received a new suite of ASHTON high performance arrissing (seaming) equipment.

The very latest UNIX AIRFLOW air floatation tables with heavy duty arrissing machine and dust extraction, is complemented by the amazingly flexible EASYSEAM hand-held kit. Coupled with a variable speed, driven suction table with telescopic support arms that can rotate clockwise or anti-clockwise, all specials and shapes and oversize panels are simply and efficiently dealt with.SAUDI ARABIAN glass specialists Salam Saleh BABGI have received a new suite of ASHTON high performance arrissing (seaming) equipment.
 
The very latest UNIX AIRFLOW air floatation tables with heavy duty arrissing machine and dust extraction, is complemented by the amazingly flexible EASYSEAM hand-held kit.
 
Coupled with a variable speed, driven suction table with telescopic support arms that can rotate clockwise or anti-clockwise, all specials and shapes and oversize panels are simply and efficiently dealt with.

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Date: 17 September 2009
Source: Ashton Industrial

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