New Inner Layer Cleaning System from TSK Schill GmbH in Operation at HENSOLDT

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TSK supplies its long-standing and highly valued customer with a new horizontal chemical wet process machine.

TSK Schill GmbH continues to make progress in plant engineering even in difficult times. Their long-standing customer Hensoldt Sensors GmbH in Ulm is investing in a new internal layer cleaning line. The exceptionally good cooperation between Hensoldt and TSK brought the project to a successful conclusion, and now that commissioning has been completed, the customer is ready for the future.

"We are very proud to have implemented a very important project for Hensoldt with the new inner layer cleaning line in this time and are looking forward to support in future inquiries as well," says Sales Manager Marc Aicheler.


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