For over 50 years, Hasco Thermic has established itself as a front runner in the supply, design and manufacture of hot-dip galvanizing plant.
As part of BE Wedge Holdings, which owns 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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Norbert Beljaars, Owner/Director Weert Group, Netherlands
“I have seen energy consumption figures at the EGGA environment meeting. In the new BREF there is a figure of consumption between 300-800 kWh/ton galvanized. After upgrading to Hasco Smart Firing technology, our consumption figure has gone down from 425 to 300 kWh/Ton.”
David Nobes, Technical Services Director at Wedge Group Galvanizing Ltd
“The benefits of continuous, statistically sound data on our ‘critical to quality’ process parameters will be a huge benefit to our business. We will be able to predict when the process requires adjustment well before it falls out of tolerance and be able to focus on our areas of greatest variability. This is a significant step forward in the modernisation of our industry and its quality assurance practises”
Mark Hammond, Energy and Environmental Manager, Wedge Group Galvanizing Ltd
“We have the Hasco Smart Firing System installed at two of our 14 sites; Edward Howells and Acrow Galvanizers and early indications show savings of 10% and 20% respectively. If we rolled the system out across our other 12 sites, this would mean a significant reduction in energy costs for the Group overall.”