Longitude wire from coil and cross wire from pre-cut bars
C 24 B - is a attractive alternative to C 24 C, if you often change the cross wire. It is build up the same way, only the off-coil feeding of cross wire, has been change with a modul of cross wire magazine with magnetic picking and wire feed. This version also come with turner and stacker as well as a roller evacuation system if required.
B 24 C - is an interesting mesh plant for those who want to spend less, and where the space in length is a limitation. The longitude wire is feed from a table where the operator can load the bars into a pre-feed cart which bring the longitude wire automatically to the welding head. Once producing the mesh the operator prepare the next charge. The cross wire is feed automatically from coils, with either one or two integrated straightening machines, which cut the bars into a magazine where the cross wires are feed with magnetic feed. As an option, one or two straightening machines "CUTWISE" can be integrated along the feeding table.
GMT was forged out of passion! The history of GMT is the history of Mr. Ulrich Deichmanns powerful will to create and achieve the highest of goals.
In 1986, Ulrich Deichmann was the the co-founder of Stema Engineering, and along with two other partners, Ulrich Deichmann was the architect behind the fusion in 1997 with Pedax Maschinenbau in Bitburg Germany. The company was from then known as Stema/Pedax – Denmark.
Ulrich was the engine behind the constant development and progress of of Stema/Pedax that is now known as the 3. largest manufacture of machines and plants for the rebar indystry in the whole world by the year 2008! The same year Stema/Pedax was awarded with “Entrepreneur of the year” contest, which were held by the well known accounting firm Ernst & Young.
After Stema/Pedax was sold to the private equity fond Odin. Ulrich Deichmann thought he should enjoy life, but as it turns out, he threw himself at an new project, and so it happen that GMT was created. Once again he has put his mind to a project just like he did in 1986. Ulrich Deichmann is the core in GMT, if you have had the pleasure of doing business with him in his Stema/Pedax days, you will enjoy the collaboration with GMT just as much.