Suhner (Australia) specialises in a wide range of machining tools, attachments and abrasives for surface treatment of stainless steel surfaces.
Machining stainless steel surfaces is a highly complex process because it involves creating high quality products with requirements for longevity, hygiene, functionality, aesthetics, precision and surface quality.
Surface treatment is an integral constituent of the performance warranty that a manufacturer of stainless steel products offers its customers.
Specialising in the surface treatment of stainless steel surfaces, abrasives expert Otto Suhner GmbH utilises decades of experience and extensive know-how in the development of its methods, tools, attachments and abrasives for machining applications.
This know-how and technical implementation can benefit all users who process stainless steel, especially the key aspects of a good surface finish, the order of operations or the significance of choosing the right tools, attachments and abrasives.
Otto Suhner offers a wide range of machining tools including power tools for workshops and production, pneumatic tools for oiled or oil-free air as well as tools with flexible shafts. It is important to select the right combination of tool, attachment and abrasive to get optimal results, technically and economically.
The Suhner product range also comprises of special attachments for specific machining requirements including wraparound belt grinders for processing pipes, brush grinding heads for invisible transitions on surfaces or grinders that reach into the tightest angles for economical finishing on fillet welds.
Designed for safe operation and minimised fatigue, the machining tools also feature ergonomic design with functions such as electronic regulation, gentle start-up and restart protection following power failure.
Suhner offers mobile demo services delivered by experienced practitioners offering specialist advice in a demo vehicle carrying the entire range of conventional machining tools, attachments and abrasives needed to implement an end-to-end solution on actual workpieces.