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Padma Group prefers to use OMEGA HP and HL
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Aug '08
The objective of the Padma Group from Bangladesh is to supply their worldwide customers with quality premium products at all times. The long list of satisfied customers is the best way of showing this. As one of the largest exporters of textiles that are sold with the most famous of labels in both the USA and Europe, the company therefore pays particular attention to the excellent goods that are manufactured by their machines.

A few months ago, the Managing Director – Mr. Khan Mohammed Ameer – spoke to Optibelt at Textech in Dhaka about a new machine that was experiencing problems: The belts that were used with the machine were lasting for a maximum of two weeks and then had to be replaced. As it is always the case in such circumstances, the negative consequences were substantial: high maintenance costs and the stoppage of planned production.

However, the Optibelt experts on location were ready with good suggestions for a solution. By adjusting the idler, the angle could be arranged in a more favourable manner so that the Optibelt OMEGA HP and HL belts that were now installed could provide ideal performance. Since this took place, the belts have been running for six months without any breakdowns.

The feedback from the responsible manager from Bangladesh was also positive, as he wanted to purchase the according amount of belts for the participating machines in order to convert them to Optibelt machines. Once again, this is powerful evidence that shows that OMEGA belts possess unique quality and class.

Optibelt offers a full range of top quality products for all drive systems. In production and development and in service Optibelt has set the standard for decades. Drive products from Optibelt are in operation on every continent reliably setting in motion every type of machine and vehicle.

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