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South African Made Granulator Blades

By Ian MacOlive

It’s hardly a secret that many businesses within the plastic industry require granulator blades, but unfortunately it’s not always easy to find a reliable manufacturer. With that said Zanogen is a highly respected manufacturer with a reputation for manufacturing granulator blades which exceed industry standards.

By doing your research, you’ll find that Zanogen has experience working for all types of industries. The company has supplied their products to the timber, steel, paper, leather, and of course plastic industry. This means that they have focused on providing products meet the needs of all kinds of companies, especially when it comes to granulator blades.

The company is also able to manufacture granulator blades on a per client basis. In other words, a client can provide the company with samples and measurements, and the blades will then be manufactured according to a client’s specifications. In the event that a client is unsure of specifications, they can then access the company’s vast library in order to find the answers they need.

Although you can get granulator blades for the plastic industry from many other manufacturers, you should consider using a South African based manufacturer. The reason why is because using a South African manufacturer can lead to cheaper costs and higher quality.

W. Fearnehough Africa is a South African manufacturer that has been established in 1832. The South African branch opened in 1952 and is now the main headquarters and only open location.

Unlike some manufacturers, W. Fearnehough Africa uses their own heat treatment plan, rather than outsourcing this aspect of the business to a third party. Of course this means they remain in full control throughout the manufacturing process. Furthermore, because the company also offers a sharpening service, they have first hand knowledge regarding each and every aspect of production.

Something else which is rather impressive is the fact that the company use honing in order to complete the production of the knives they manufacture. One should bear in mind that honing is of paramount importance in order to achieve the best possible cutting edge on the blades. This also means that the life of a knife is noticeably extended, in that it won’t require frequent sharpening. Basically, if a company invests their money in Zanogen knives, they end up getting more value for their money.

The company also produces a range of other blades, including the likes of pellettizer blades, rasper blades, parrison, and agglomerators. In the event that you require other types of blades specific to your business, you can still go ahead and order them directly from the company, and as it is to be expected, your blades will be manufactured to the highest standards.

The bottom line is; if your business is active within the plastic industry and you require custom made granulator blades for some of the machinery you use, W. Fearnehough is capable of delivering. The company has an impeccable track record when it comes to manufacturing blades, and of course, because they’ve been in business for such a long time, they are able to understand the specific needs of their clients. Lastly but not least, W. Fearnehough is devoted to manufacturing only the finest quality products in order to ensure their clients are able to run an efficient business while at the same time minimizing running costs.

W Fearnehough are a Granulator Blade Manufacturer, situated in Benoni, South Africa. They manufacture the Zanogen range of machine knives and blades. To get more information, visit Granulator Blades

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