Modernization of MSA premises continues

MSA will launch a new machining center DBF 800 this month to service for the manufacture of ANSI valves. The machine will be supplied by reputable German company DorriesScharmann and the total amount of this investment will be 24 million CZK. The new machining centre is designed for the manufacture of industrial valves, specifically for smaller nominal sizes valves (2“– 4“). As the name of the center suggests – DBF 800 (short from German Drehen/Bohren/Fräsen – “turning/boring/milling”), it will be possible to perform a complete machining process per one clamping. The machining center will also permit the integration of multiple technological operations to one operation and therefore it will increase productivity by 25% and the manufacturing process will be four time faster. The machining center has also two work supports that allow it to process up to four pieces at once. This high level of integration decreases costs and requires less workspace. Moreover, implementation of the new technology guarantees zero time losses for preparation of individual pieces.

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