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11 December 2009

Merry Christmas

We wish all our customers, staff members, suppliers and friends a Merry Christmas and much happiness in the New Year. We thank you for the confidence you have placed in us and look forward to continuing our good, harmonious and successful cooperation.

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3 December 2009

2009 Review

A turbulent year which all of us will remember is now coming to an end. Also for us and for our staff, 2009 was a year of compromises.

We had to forego many things but we were also able to achieve a great deal. We optimized processes, developed further machining possibilities, created new technical options and included new materials in our existing range.

We are proud of our employees and their strong solidarity not only in good times but also in more challenging times.

With positive developments taking place and a future-oriented focus, we welcome 2010 with optimism. We look forward to many exciting interactions.

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23 November 2009

Washing guns – Weapons in the war against dirt use brass tube components made by Peterseim

When you are dealing with extreme dirt, such as filthy rims and car engines, dirty construction machines, trailers or trucks, sometimes a water jet applied using a standard hose is just not enough to get them clean. To remove such tenacious dirt, a combination of water and compressed air is often used.

A washing gun is used to fire a strong jet of water at the dirty components. These high-end, dirt-fighting weapons are always equipped with a nozzle made from a seamless drawn brass tube. The process of transforming a long brass tube into  a nozzle for a washing gun involves quite a number of individual steps. […]

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9 November 2009

Brass tube – A product based on a resourceful mixing ratio

The alloying of copper and zinc produces brass. This sounds rather simple. But things are not as simple as that because, as often in life, all depends on the right mixing ratio. As long ago as the 3rd millenium B.C. brass was a considered to be a noble metal and was much sought after. At that time, many decorative objects were made from the alloy with the attractive golden lustre.

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