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Seco Tools partners with Fusion on corporate environmental sustainability

Posted 21 April 2021 · Add Comment

In an effort to become more sustainable in its machining practices, Seco Tools has partnered with Fusion Coolant Systems (Fusion), which offers an environmentally-friendly coolant technology that can lower the overall carbon footprint while increasing overall performance.



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Both companies have a goal to make machining easier and more effective for manufacturers and engineers while maintaining environmental awareness.

Rob Keenan, President of Seco Tools, North America said: “We've had a working relationship with Fusion Coolant Systems for many years; from the inception of the technology when they developed it years ago.

"We've worked on multiple customer projects and had heavy interactions on the R&D side to come up with solutions that help solve customer issues. So, it really was just a natural transition to formalise this partnership.

“It's about providing complete solutions and we feel strongly that Fusion has a state-of-the-art solution.”


 

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