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Abracom invests in improvements to the abrasive belt manufacturing plant, with the addition of Biko Meccanica's Skiving Machine.
The Skiving Machine CSM05 from the Italian manufacturer Biko Meccanica allows large productions of belts with excellent quality in a single process. With the best technology, the two ends of the abrasive belts are processed simultaneously and continuously. Versatile machinery that responds to the main needs of distributors and users.
Among the benefits that this machine offers to dealers are:
Reduction of the manufacturing time of abrasive belts: Improving, even more, delivery times. In this way, distributors will be able to respond quickly to user demand, which will allow them to reduce belt stocks. from their warehouses
Maximum quality in the different types of joints: Greater peace of mind and guarantee for the distributor by having better quality in the different types of joints.
Enhances the distributor's image: with a shorter supply lead time and greater response capacity for contingencies and emergencies, distributors improve their service and image to their customers.
Users will also benefit from this latest technology by reducing the risk of possible gasket marks, and having abrasive belts available in less time.
This is due to the six motors in operation and its flexibility that allows adjustments for different types of work, guaranteeing a higher quality in the joint of the belt. On the other hand, thanks to the continuous manufacturing process that includes: shelling, sanding, dotting, gluing, drying and pressing in a single machine, manipulations are avoided, which limits the risk of contamination of the joint, as well as the manufacturing times.
This investment in the Abracom abrasive belt manufacturing plant increases service quality and optimizes processes for distributors and their customers, thus enhancing the company image of distributors in their respective markets.