23 February 2010

Book your free trial of laser machinery and nitrogen generation at the MSS Lasers Open House

MSS Lasers is holding an open house on 17th and 18th March to celebrate the opening of its new 16,000 sq ft Technical Centre in Rugby for refurbished laser profiling machines and new nitrogen generation equipment.

The company is keeping its existing premises, so it will be doubling its capacity. The new facility will allow customers to see a range of fully operational CNC lasers from different manufacturers and will enable them to choose the best equipment for their application in consultation with MSS Lasers technicians, who will be able to offer completely impartial and expert guidance.

Refurbishment work on the lasers offered will be carried out at the original factory, with final testing, troubleshooting and demonstrations taking place in the new unit. This two stage process enables the company to offer machines with a warranty, in ‘as new’ condition, and at a fraction of the price of a comparable new laser.

After sales service is provided by MSS Lasers team of five field service engineers, while the new purpose built training room will allow users to take advantage of a technology transfer programme geared towards encouraging competence through knowledge.

Assembly of nitrogen generation plants will also take place at the new facility. These are tailored to the needs of individual customers, providing pure, high pressure gas, on demand. The technology is well proven, with over 100 lasers running in the UK with MSS equipment, and it provides immediate savings in the cost of gas for laser users, as well as environmental, logistical and operational benefits.

To encourage companies to implement new technology, MSS Lasers will be offering a free (subject to conditions), no obligation trial of both laser machines and nitrogen generators with an option for low cost rental to make equipment acquisition as easy as possible.

Neil Jackson, General Manager for MSS Lasers said, “Our aim is to offer our customers the type of experience, and the professional levels of service and support, you would expect to receive when purchasing a new CNC laser. Our expertise in laser cutting, and high quality standards, take the uncertainty out of purchasing used equipment. Furthermore, our knowledge of the laser cutting process enables us to customise our nitrogen generators to suit the demands of each user.”

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