Huntington Beach, CA (PRWEB) January 28, 2015
Komax Systems, Inc. has been the name to know in static mixing technology for some time, but what many companies may not realize is that they’re also the name to know in productivity for the upcoming year.
Better Technology, Better Results
No matter what the industry, every company is looking for higher volume results without higher costs. But aside from adding shifts, employees, or hours to the day, is there any real way to get it? Komax believes there is, thanks to better technology.
“Our entire product line means solid results the first time. Often that means the job doesn’t have to be repeated, which can be a valuable time and money saver for the company as a whole. Our clients are continually surprised at just how much more our products can handle than the other options on the market, and for most, that translates to higher profits pretty quickly,” said Sameer Kshirsagar, Senior Applications Specialist.
From their triple action static mixer to their steam heater technology, no matter what the application, the Komax line seems to ensure advancement is the key outcome.
A History of Results
Komax has been working in a number of industries from oil and gas to food service since 1973. During that time, they’ve developed the knowledge necessary to make changes to standard protocols within various industries to help ensure their equipment simply works harder.
“Most people associate our name with one or two industries, but the reality is the technology we’ve developed is ideal for everyone from a local bakery to some of the biggest mining companies in the U.S. and Canada. Outside of our products, there is no comparable technology that can help you gain a stronger market share,” said Nolan Smith, Applications Specialist.
Continually working to refine their product line, Komax Systems, Inc. shows no sign of changing that in the near future. In fact, they’re continually developing new applications for their diverse product options, which means a number of new and evolving industries might just find a use for their productivity solutions in the upcoming year.