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  • Tilting Holder

    Company:   GILLESPIE & POWERS

    Stand: 
    • 1A35

    Updated 7 months ago

  • Tilting Holder

    Company:   GILLESPIE & POWERS

    Stand: 
    • 1A35

    Updated 7 months ago

  • Sidewell Melter

    Company:   GILLESPIE & POWERS

    Stand: 
    • 1A35

    Updated 7 months ago

  • Sidewell Melter

    Company:   GILLESPIE & POWERS

    Stand: 
    • 1A35

    Updated 7 months ago

  • Round Top Melter

    Company:   GILLESPIE & POWERS

    Stand: 
    • 1A35

    Updated 7 months ago

  • Dry Hearth Melter

    Company:   GILLESPIE & POWERS

    Stand: 
    • 1A35

    Updated 7 months ago

  • Delacquering

    Company:   GILLESPIE & POWERS

    Stand: 
    • 1A35

    Updated 7 months ago

  • Coil Inspection Lines

    Company:   F.I.M.I. S.p.A.

    Stand: 
    • 1M18

    The design of a Coil Inspection Line is by definition focused to carry out top and bottom surface inspection of metal strips starting from coils; this...

    Updated 7 months ago

  • Recoiling Lines

    Company:   F.I.M.I. S.p.A.

    Stand: 
    • 1M18

    Recoiling Lines are mainly designed to accomplish edge trimming of metal strips starting from coils, delivering to market easy to handle "baby coils" ...

    Updated 7 months ago

  • Slitting Lines - Heavy Gauge

    Company:   F.I.M.I. S.p.A.

    Stand: 
    • 1M18

    FIMI boasts an impressive reference list in Slitting Lines gauging up to 16,0 mm, difficult to find comparison amongst competitors. Looking to a FIMI...

    Updated 7 months ago

  • Slitting Lines - Medium Gauge

    Company:   F.I.M.I. S.p.A.

    Stand: 
    • 1M18

    Talking about "Medium Gauge Slitting" at FIMI, immediately recalls the maximum material thickness more often experienced as 6,0 mm, although 8,0 mm is...

    Updated 7 months ago

  • Slitting Lines - Light Gauge

    Company:   F.I.M.I. S.p.A.

    Stand: 
    • 1M18

    "Light" in Slitting refers to Stainless Steel, Tin Plate, Electrical Steel and Aluminium: these materials are long experienced by FIMI in thicknesses ...

    Updated 7 months ago

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