Elfab Introduces New Range of Bursting Disc Assemblies
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Press release date: October 15, 2007
Automation line investment results in higher level of customization to meet OEM needs
Cincinnati, OH (October 15, 2007) - Pressure-management specialist Elfab has introduced a new range of bursting disc assemblies designed to satisfy the demanding needs of original equipment manufacturers in the automotive , fire suppression, gas transportation and refrigeration industries. Investment in a new and exclusive automation line has increased the company's ability to meet custom job requirements with fast turnaround.
Elfab's new fully automatic machine is capable of rapidly producing large volumes of capped disc assemblies in a wide variety of sizes, designs and burst pressures. The automation line manages the entire process from foil through to packaging of the finished product. The process is also able to optionally place a protective washer onto the assembly, minimizing the possibility of damage to the disc.
With in-house CAD design capabilities, Elfab is able to produce a wide range of customer-specific designs to meet exact requirements. This new manufacturing investment allows the company to more efficiently and competitively meet customer requirements, offering cost-effective solutions with greater flexibility, responsiveness and faster delivery times.
For more information on Elfab products, visit the company's web site at www.elfab.com, or contact dedicated North American Business Development Executive, Laura Evans at 011 44 191 293 1295.
Elfab, a Halma group company, designs and manufactures bursting disks, explosion vents and associated detection devices. These intelligent pressure relief systems protect people, plant and equipment across the globe. Elfab also delivers unique design, testing and consulting services for pressure management.
Company contact: Laura Evans Tel: 00 44 191 293 1295 Fax: 00 44 191-293-1200 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org