At the end of 2019, Contor engineer went to the Iranian customer site to install and guide the 32&76 model cold cutting saws. As of the end of 2019, there were a total of 28 Contor flying saws in Iran.
Since the birth of Contor’s first cold-cut flying saw in 2007, contor’s cold-cut flying saw has gone through 13 springs and autumns. From 13 years of research and development to production, sales, and after-sales,Contor’s technical staff have always maintained an innovative attitude towards High speed, continuous efforts to extend the life of the saw blade.
The blade of the cold-cut saw, as a consumable for later use, is one of the biggest cost expenses. Therefore, many business owners are discouraged from cold-cutting saws, saying one after another: “If the later saw blades are frequently replaced, it is better to use a hot-cutting saw”
The bosses are right, when buying a cold-cut saw, the cost of using the saw blade in the later period must be considered! Therefore, when purchasing and selecting a cold-cut flying saw, the first consideration is whether it can operate stably at high speed.