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05. December 2017

Automatic Grinding Specialist Surges Ahead

Automatic Grinding Specialist Surges Ahead

Sales of Koyama automatic grinding machines have rocketed past previous order levels, with excellent sales recorded right across Europe, say P.S. Auto Grinding, exclusive European distributors. The exceptional year for orders proves yet again that Koyama is the machine of choice across Europe. Coupled with the excellent representation from P.S. Auto Grinding and their world-class sales and spares support, this confirms the company’s position as market leader in Europe.

In both ferrous and non-ferrous foundries, Koyama machines have become almost unbeatable in terms of quality, reliability and flexibility.

The quality of the machines is just part of the story, the real benefit for European foundries is the confidence in the support from P.S. Auto Grinding and sister German-based company P.S. Foundry Tech GmbH, which virtually guarantees the user 24-hour coverage.

For many foundries, Koyama is the first choice – an automatic grinding machine that is easy to operate, program and maintain. Having unrivalled flexibility and reliability Koyama has, with the help of P.S. Auto Grinding, made its way into every major foundry in Europe.

The range of automatic grinding machines from P.S. Auto Grinding extends from 1kg up to 325kg in both manual loading and turn-table loading versions.

P.S. Auto Grinding also offers, to prospective new customers, a trial system whereby customers are able to view their castings being ground on PSAG machines. This, in turn, provides accurate programming and grinding cycle times.

The benefits being recognised throughout Europe are:

• Low cost grinding

• Consistent casting finish

• Minimal installation costs

• Unrivalled reliability

• Exceptional service and support

• 2 Year Warranty

Quite simply – there is only one supplier of choice for many leading and progressive European foundries.

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