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I'm running a whitfield 700 single phase, brought it new from what was then Whitfields back in 1991 & I love it!

 

still as clean as the day I brought it with few problems through out the years.

I would love one of the flexam finishers but they are three phase & this put me off as installation would involve an out lay that wouldn't make the price of the machine so favorable.

 

So for the time being it the 700 all the way.

 

Lee

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Rick, I think you have a very old 700, there are quite a few mods on the latest 710 version. The bits you're refering to are the tracking adjusters which are recessed on the latest model :wink:

 

Twin band scourers are an option either on our ranges or Flexam :wink:

 

Look here:

 

http://www.standardgroup.co.uk/shoe-rep ... nisher.htm

 

Or here:

 

http://www.standardgroup.co.uk/shoe-rep ... design.htm

 

Or here:

 

http://www.standardgroup.co.uk/shoe-rep ... nisher.htm

 

Or here:

 

http://www.standardgroup.co.uk/images/h ... ng2008.pdf

 

Within certain limits, you can specify whatever layout you prefer, whether it be Standard machines or Flexam. It all , however, comes down to budget :?

 

You can approach your machine purchase in a number of ways. You are either working to a budget, or, looking for the best solution for you and your business. Combining the two can be treacherous, you will never get the machine with the best extaction, or the quietist machine available for the cheapest price. However, we normally find a solution in the end.

 

Keith

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I do believe that Space may be of primary importance here followed by Extraction & Noise, although I may be wrong.

 

There are a number of options for the noise reduction and perhaps these should be considered as an add on to whatever machine is suitable.

 

Perhaps for the benefit of new and other members, those involved in the sale and installation of noise reduction kits could let us all know what is the current trend and materials.

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