Since they can last six to eight times longer than steel slats do, copper slats are an ideal choice for improving productivity. These slats can work for up to two years, and cleaning them is easier than cleaning steel slats. Slag accumulates more slowly when copper slats are in use. Although the copper variety may cost more than steel, this product pays for itself over time. Less cleaning time, greater longevity, and less frequent need for replacements mean overall savings for the user. Additionally, the decrease in slag build-up leads to cut parts of better quality. Such parts would otherwise sustain a marred bottom surface, due to laser bounce-back and contact resulting from slag accumulation.
Copper slats can increase your productivity levels for a variety of reasons. Consider these points when deciding which slats might best serve your needs:
While copper slats might initially seem more expensive, using them could actually reduce your production expenses. The return on your investment could far outweigh the price you pay to get started with SlatPro™ copper slats.