But what if you were able change the brush within an hour? What would you save on down time and man power? What would you gain in profits and profitability?
APT makes it possible to change wide-faced brushes in under an hour. It’s possible through the quick-change design of our APT Packet System, available for our heavy duty brush machines, wide-strip brush machine (30” +) and narrow cantilever design.
A Packet system is just as it sounds. The brush is assembled in segments (packets). These packets interlock in order to create a brush in the size, radius, and length you need.
SEE IT WORK.
PACKET SYSTEM FOR WIDE-FACE BRUSH MACHINE
Imagine how this is going to change the process:
- Save on the cost of brush replacements
- Reduce logistics of shipping or delivering your replacements
- Reduce downtime waiting for the refurbished brush to return
The versatility of the Packet System
- The Packet System can be used on any brush we manufacture: abrasive, non-abrasive, and multi-filament bristle brushes.
- Because the Packet System comes with so many bristle options, you’re able to change to a different abrasive grit size (i.e grit 80 to 240), or non-abrasive bristle trim length (i.e. for heavier cleaning), even in the middle of a job. Alternate the packets at different points to tailor the brush according to the demands of the job.
SEE IT WORK.
The Difference with APT
We understand the demands on the machines, and so the machines and brushes we design and manufacture reduce the process problems we had in the past.
The packet system radically expands your options. And because there are so many different variations available using the packet system, we’ve found clients benefit most when they call us to talk about the end use and application. We’ll walk through a few suggestions that provide a solution you may not have even realized was possible.
Listen, I want to give you an offer. When people sign up to receive our insider emails, they hear our news earlier than someone would here on the blog. And sometimes they see videos and access tips that aren’t here at all.
We’ve already sent our customers a link to a “behind the scenes” video of the packet system. And, if you’re interested, I’d like to send it to you.
It’s not public, but if you send me an email and let me know you’d like to see it, I’ll send you a link to it.
In the meantime, you can watch the video that is available for the public so you can learn a little more about this revolutionary design.
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