For most of the glass forming machines we design and manufacture any kind of spare part according to technical drawings, thus offering our customers a comprehensive service on parts.
We start checking the minimum wear of the quick wearing parts.
We are always available to consider a stock assignment solution for the most used machines. Special attention is devoted to the Hartford H28 press & blow machine, for which we always keep a great number of spare parts and semi finished products in stock.
Revamping of blow moulding, press and press & blow machines, according to the customers’ requirements. We offer different levels of revision: from partial check up to complete revamping. In this case a manufacturer’s warranty is applied.
The machines heavy working conditions as well as the need to minimize downtime, make a very noticeable parts wear. Interventions therefore require fast and reliable assistance and our spare parts warehouse is of great help.
For service transparency, Famor examines the machines at any time releasing an evaluation of the technical facilities (AUDIT).
We also offer to glassware companies a suitable training for correct internal maintenance and prompt action.
Alongside our customers we develop equipment and devices designed to improve automation and efficiency of glass production moulding lines. Our aim is to become a reliable partner to improve the production lines.
We produce machinery prototypes that combine the customer requirements and the need of new processes. Experience in the field is crucial in achieving the project goal in a short time at affordable costs.
Famor has been present on the market of industrial mechanics for over 40 years, taking up an absolutely prestigious position achieved by high professional skills, capacity and reliability of technical facilities and quality of the assigned processing.
Famor was founded in 1977 and registered in Turin 1978 - 2000 Famor is Olivotto official supplier 1979 production of the first assembling machine for TV monitors 1981 opening of the mechanical units assembly department 1983 beginning of moulds production for brake shoes 1986 construction of the prototype machine for rotors/electric motors 1990 construction of the Olivotto prototype 090 1992 machining department upgrade with the inclusion of CNC machines 2004 construction of head blow moulding prototype 2005 construction of blow moulding machine for borosilicate glass production 2010 new enhanced anti friction surface treatments