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.12 We take care of our solutions life cycle. Discover how.

.12 We take care of our solutions life cycle. Discover how.

Maintenance and after-sales quality are strategic elements to consider when choosing a work tool.

In fact, the T.C.O. (Total Cost of Ownership) is the total cost of the industrial equipment and it is given not only by the purchase cost but also by its lifespan, including disposal.

The new eTensil electric solutions with torque / angle current control are not only flexible solutions for manual or automatic tightening with reliability and precision, but also provide for a careful maintenance plan aiming to keep a competitive T.C.O.

WITH ETENSIL THE T.C.O. IS UNDER CONTROL

  • Precise maintenance plan scheduled reported directly by the tools
  • Available worldwide with clear and measurable prices
  • Stable performances and efficiency in the long run
  • They work well far after the two specified deadlines
  • Advanced diagnostics identifies quickly and accurately the status of the tool.

AN EXTRAORDINARY WARRANTY ONLY BY FIAM

A great benefit for end users that makes us different from competitors who are offering statutory warranty for electric screwdrivers with maintenance after only 500.000 cycles on average.

With eTensil instead:

  • the first maintenance is when the warranty period expires
  • the second maintenance after further 12 months or 1 million cycles, whichever occurs first.

ACTUALLY, customers carry out only two maintenance interventions to controlled prices for a period of 3 years or 2 million cycles if there are no unexpected breakdowns. Watch the video!

GET FREE FROM OBSOLETE EQUIPMENT, RENEW YOUR TOOL FLEET

Fiam carries out very advantageous SCRAPPING OPERATIONS of obsolete tools, even tools from other brands.With the bonus you get for each tool scrapped, you can save on the purchase of new eTensil tightening solutions avoiding disposal costs.

What are you waiting for? Take advantage now! Ask for more information and click HERE.

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