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SUPPLIERS OF HIGH QUALITY GALVANIZING PLANT AROUND THE WORLD

Hasco-Thermic Ltd

With over 45 year’s experience, Hasco Thermic has established itself as a front runner in the supply, design and manufacture of hot-dip galvanizing plant.

As part of the Wedge Group, one of the largest galvanizing groups in the world, Hasco Thermic is perfectly placed to offer a flexible approach to meet the needs of customers within the galvanizing industry. A programme of continued investment ensures that the company retains its position as a premier supplier by keeping abreast of advancements in new technology, research and development.

Offering only the best in customer service has earned Hasco Thermic a recognized and enviable reputation within the Galvanizing field. A team of skilled and committed engineers are available around the clock, 365 days a year to offer service and support to Galvanizers around the globe.

 

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  • Henk van de Streek, Manager, Coatinc Groningen B.V. Netherland

    “The remote monitoring system is a great function for our technicians and plant management. With our smartphones we can check the system status, energy consumption, error messages etc. In case of an error message we can remotely check the necessity for solving the issue”

  • Aleksandr Papiz, Works Maintenance Engineer, Acrow Galvanizing Ltd.UK

    “HASCO`s new online monitoring system is a real breath of fresh air in a site engineers routine. Since we started using this system I have never had to attend site to remedy a fault on the furnace. Information that was immediately available allowed me to find a solution and talk the operative through it on the phone.”

  • GRAEME MCPHERSON AT BIRTLEY GROUP, UK

    On a Turn-Key Kettle Change: ‘thank you to you and your team for completing the new kettle change during our Christmas Shutdown .The kettle was in place and ready to start production as planned.’