Worldpoly has introduced its new fully automatic and self-contained smart welding unit to the pipeline market.
Known as the PolyForce 500, Worldpoly said the machine is ideal for use with PE and PP pipes and fittings of up to 500 mm IPS, with the manufacturer having closely considered the needs of operators and businesses in sectors like gas, water, construction and civil infrastructure.
Worldpoly Managing Director Rob Hall said the machines make use of the highest quality components and are engineered for reliability.
“We began with a blank canvas and asked ourselves, ‘what are the key ingredients to developing an industry-leading butt-welding machine’?” he said.
“If we were users of such equipment ourselves, what would we want and expect?
“That was our starting point. While some others set out to build equipment as cheaply as they can and then sell it for a premium, we wanted to design and manufacture the best machines available.
“These machines are now in the field and already proving themselves.”
The machine functions are controlled via an intuitive, rugged and easy-to-use touchscreen, while an onboard 20,000+ weld data logger allows easy access to important information and monitoring capabilities.
Worldpoly said one of its technicians is available to travel to work sites anywhere in the world (COVID-19 permitting) to verse commissioning of the equipment and conduct customer training.
Designed and manufactured in Australia, Mr Hall said the PolyForce500 is available in tracked and non-tracked variants, with several new machines already out in the field.
“When you consider the design, engineering and construction qualities of the PolyForce500, coupled with its many features and the superior aftersales service that our company offers, it makes for an extremely compelling case to add these machines to the capital equipment list.”
For more information visit the Worldpoly website.
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