Hillfoot Improves Cutting Capabilities With New KATSO Saws

3rd June 2019

Hillfoot are delighted to announce we have invested more than £250,000 in two state-of-the-art KATSO saws.

This significant investment in on-site equipment has increased our maximum cutting capability from 680mm diameter to 860mm diameter, extending the range of processing jobs we can complete for customers. Our new cutting equipment KATSOwin A 8.6 ● 860mm diameter capacity ● Fully automatic saw ● Reduces wastage ● Improves tolerance capacity ● Automatic programming with steel and blade manufacturers to optimise performance KATSOtec AC 4 ● 430mm diameter capacity ● Fully automatic ● High production band saw ● Top of the range We are also investing in larger sizes of stock materials to enable our customers to take advantage of the new equipment and improved service. To get the most out of the new equipment, our on-site engineering team are committed to a preventative maintenance strategy. This ensures our machines are running to maximum capacity, with minimal downtime. For our customers this means better quality, more efficient service and shorter lead times. Get in touch to request a quote or learn more about our cutting capabilities.

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