Q: Why is your name Fine PolyFusion Co.,Ltd.?
Q: Which models of your machines are now obsolete?
A: We have no planned obsolescence at butt fusion machine or electrofusion welding machine. We still have parts for any machine we have ever produced.
Q: I saw a machine of yours that is very similar to a machine I need – Can you build exactly what I need and not just another cookie-cutter design?
A: Absolutely! Our past experience has been building what each individual customer requires. You get exactly what you want and don’t pay for options you will not use.
Q: I recently purchased a machine that Fine PolyFusion Co., Ltd. manufactured that is presently missing some parts and may need some work and/or advice to get in operation – Can you help me?
A: Yes, we can provide parts and service for any machine manufactured by us. and for many other we did not make ourselves. We also can provide a total rebuild of your machine returning it to the original condition which will include a warranty as a new machine. Lastly, we retrofit many old machines with newer style equipment and electronics.
Q: What exactly do you mean by “Made in the China”?
A: That means that the machine you purchase from us is built entirely in the Yangtze River Delta China of almost entirely China-made steel and aluminum with as many commercially available supplier parts made in the China as is practical. This is not an easy task today, but it insures better part availability and quality.
Q: I have a particular part design that we are having difficulty manufacturing with our present machinery – What options do you have other than buying a new machine?
A: Our highly trained servicemen and engineering department do well at finding solutions to uncommon problems, many times by merely tweaking existing equipment. In the event that your machine is incapable of producing the desired results, we have designed retrofits to many existing machines with excellent results. Not to mention, at a price far less expensive than a new machine.
Q:What are the advantages of plastic pipe?
A:World wide for over fifty years now, Plastic materials have been increasingly used in numberless applications where natural materials would be unsuitable. These materials have broadened the choice of possibilities in many fields. In the area of piping, we focus our attention to phenomena’s such as corrosion of steel, stiffness and fragility of concrete and ceramics. Various types of plastic pipe offer great advantages such as reduced internal friction making it often possible to us smaller diameter piping than if using conventional steal or concrete pipe. Other more immediate advantages such as the lightness of the piping, flexibility, and the methods used for joining them. One highly regarded note in the use of plastic pipe is the considerable reduction in costs, both for transport and laying purposes.
Q:How many kinds of materials can I fuse with a Fine PolyFusion’s Fusion Machine?
Fine PolyFusion’s fusion machines can fuse thermoplastic materials such as high-density polyethylene (HDPE), polypropylene (PP), Polyvinyl chloride (PVC), Chlorinated Polyvinyl Chloride (CPVC) Polyvinylfluoride (PVDF) pipes and fittings.