“Production uptime is what we’re all about – it defines our business and is part of our DNA,” notes Frank Eisby, CEO of Vetaphone.
Eisby has confidence in Vetaphone’s ability to meet any change in demand the market presents. For customers seeking high-power corona treatment, Vetaphone has numerous offerings.
“If a customer’s requirement is for 30kW, we will offer to supply them with four modular-built 10kW units as an interlinked system,” explains Eisby. “This system gives greater flexibility and has an automatic built-in reserve of power should a problem be incurred with any of the power units, or there is a future need for more than 30kW of power.”
Another benefit is that it allows the user to operate the corona system at less than maximum capacity full time, where electrical losses might be highest, and acts as a security buffer zone for critical situations. Eisby compares this functionality with computer redundancy systems, or any network where downtime could prove costly.
“You have only to calculate the enormous cost of a stoppage on one of today’s high-speed production lines to realize how important it is not to skimp on ancillary equipment,” he says. “It’s the way in which manufacturing has evolved – and with our know-how as market leader we can help our customers stay ahead of their competition.”