More than 10 years ago, DIS developed a machine for NOV. The machine automatically shortened leftovers of steel so they can be sold and can gain value.
When DIS developed the machine more than10 years ago, the primary demands were to develop a reliable machine with low operating expenses and with a minimum use of manpower and resources. The machine has been running every day since the installation, and today – 10 years later – the machine is still working daily without problems.
The head end has been named ‘Triax TDX’. It is based on technology dubbed ’TDX-Pool’, which ensures an unprecedented degree of flexibility in putting together and combining programme packages.