Avantek Announces Partnership With Graf Synergy

by | Jun 30, 2020 | Machinery

Image Above: The Graf Synergy SL5-TFF offers V-Perfect® transom welding

Avantek Machinery has announced it is now an official Graf Synergy distributor for the UK.

Avantek says the commercial partnership will lead the Italian company to significantly consolidate its presence in the United Kingdom and allow Avantek to revolutionise the national market of PVC windows thanks to its V-Perfect® technology.

Well-known for its world class seamless welding technology, Graf Synergy’s patented welding technique is said to offer increased fabrication efficiency and unrivalled quality. While the industry comes to grips with operating in a socially distanced reality, increased efficiency and the need for less machinery and less manpower is essential to future success and the safety of a workforce. With Graf Synergy’s welders, fabricators will achieve both reduced space and manpower whilst producing consistently excellent, high quality welds for their PVCu window and door systems, says Aventek.

“While Graf Synergy’s innovative technology has been around for a while, it only welded corners in such a seamless way, but not transoms. Now the same technique used to create corner welding perfection is available for V-Perfect® transom welding. It’s a game changer for fabricators,” comments Avantek Machinery’s Sales Director, Jamie Munday.

“We’re delighted to announce our latest partnership with this leading Italian company and will soon be offering demonstrations on the full range of Graf Synergy seamless welders at our state-of-the-art showroom in Derby along with highly qualified engineers to talk you through the process.”

For more information about Avantek Machinery and Graf Synergy seamless welding technique, please contact Jamie at sales@avantekmachinery.co.uk.

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