One of the biggest growth areas predicted in the next few years is in heritage products, in particular mechanically jointed options. These types of products offer good margins for fabricators, but in order to maximise them, fabricators need to invest in the machinery that helps them drive efficiency and quality. The heritage machinery package just launched by Haffner Murat will help them do exactly that.
Dave Thomas, Managing Director at Haffner Murat, commented: “Heritage and mechanically jointed products offer exciting opportunities for fabricators, but the biggest returns will be seen by those who harness what automation has to offer. Our heritage machine package provides the machinery needed to mill and weld these niche products efficiently and precisely from as little as £189.00 per week on finance (subject to status).”
The heritage machinery package consists of a FA356 Milling Station and a KC258/10 Welder. The FA356 Milling Station can mill two joints in one operation: 45 degree and 90 degree milling is carried out in one pass for the butt joint finish of the outer face. The KC258/10 Welder recreates the traditional mechanical butt joint on the welded corner and an internal seamless weld which enhances the overall appearance of flush sash windows.
Haffner Murat is renowned in the industry for its high proportion of repeat customers who turn to the machinery specialists when they need to upgrade or expand production. It’s because the company offers the products that fabricators need. Its machines help fabricators of all sizes and its large R&D department means it’s in a position to work with fabricators to take new machinery ideas from concept to reality in as little as 12 weeks, helping to keep them ahead of the curve. It also delivers exceptional levels of service from pre-sale consultancy to determine the right machine for a fabricator’s needs to comprehensive training that ensures businesses can see the benefits of machines straightaway.
So, if you would like to harness the power of automation for your heritage products, then take a closer look at Haffner Murat.