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Future proofing machine builds

Future proofing machine builds

Tom Parker has added the Alusic range of machinery profiles to its catalogue, and says that they are proving an alluring addition. Project managers who seek cost effective solutions for machine builds, without compromising on superior aesthetics and durability, choose Alusic. With expertly designed aluminium profiles and accessories, the Alusic range suits most assembly projects.

A progressive company, Alusic is continuously developing its range through new production technologies such as sintering of metallic powders, and die casting one piece of aluminium. From workstations and machine frames to machine enclosures and access platforms, the characteristically robust construction of Alusic products is the quality choice for machine builds.

Formed of primary aluminium alloy, the structures are lighter in weight than many comparable designs. Bars are supplied anodised as standard and most can be supplied raw if preferred. With superb corrosion resistance, robustness and strength, Alusic is a highly versatile product for machine builds. Should a company wish to expand its machine build environment, the Alusic range has unlimited capabilities with easy-to-complete systems to reduce downtime.

Alusic products being high quality are respected in the industry, and bring the opportunity to future proof your next machinery project with an evolutionary range of products.

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