P&P Trade Windows Invests In Additional Automated Machinery From Haffner

by | Mar 19, 2024 | Machinery

P&P Trade Windows Ltd has recently expanded its fabrication capabilities by purchasing three additional cutting-edge machines from machinery experts, Haffner Ltd.

Amongst the machine investment is Haffner’s popular SBA-2 Machining Centre, which has the ability to increase capacity and improve the quality and manufacturing output for fabricators.

Paul French, Director at P&P Trade Windows, said: “Given our positive experience with Haffner’s machines in the past and considering the inefficiency of our previous machining centre, we turned to them for our latest investment. The SBA-2 Machining Centre has significantly increased the quality and speed of our output.”

The SBA-2 Machining Centre, known for its heavy-duty design and use of top-quality parts, guarantees years of reliable service, says Haffner. Its user-friendly interface facilitates programming, control and adjustments, empowering fabricators to efficiently scale production output as needed. Capable of performing various operations including sawing, routing and drilling, the SBA-2 is a preferred choice for fabricators seeking versatility and high-quality performance.

Additionally, P&P Trade Windows purchased a second SMR-5 welder and a single head welder. Described as ‘the fastest and most accurate welder on the market’, the SMR-5 can weld one complete window every four minutes, supercharging production output. Paul commented: “Having experienced the exceptional quality, scalability and efficiency of our initial SMR-5 welder, we had no hesitation in returning to Haffner for our second purchase. Its ease of operation and unparalleled quality speak for themselves.”

Beyond speeding up production, the SMR-5 incorporates innovative features that enhance product quality and reduce waste. Factory-set parameters and automatic alignment mechanisms for transom fences and corner fences contribute to streamlined fabrication, adding impressive value to the fabrication process.

P&P Trade Windows was also keen to commend Haffner for the exemplary service throughout the purchasing process. Paul said: “It’s rare to encounter a company where the CEO and managing director personally engage with clients to tailor machine solutions

to their specific needs, but that’s precisely the level of dedication we experienced with Haffner. Dave Thomas and Matt Thomas provided invaluable guidance and oversaw the entire process seamlessly, from initial consultation to installation and training.”

Whilst all of Haffner’s machines come with an extended warranty, P&P Trade Windows opted for an additional service contract to ensure optimal performance and longevity. Paul said: “Whilst Haffner’s machines are highly reliable, the service contract offers an extra layer of assurance that we value.”

Located in Martock, Somerset, P&P Trade Windows specialises in manufacturing PVC-U windows, doors and conservatories to ‘exceptional standards’. With a wealth of experience exceeding 50 years in installation and manufacturing, the company is said to deliver a quick and reliable trade service across the South West.

One of the clearest indications of a dependable business is how willing previous customers are to return when making a new investment. Haffner’s impressive rate of returning customers serves as a testament to its reputation for delivering machining solutions that facilitate business success.


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