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AutoLouvre Vertical Louvre Machine
Tuesday, 03 July 2007 01:00

 The well established AutoLouvre Vertical Louvre Machine is now available from International Innovative Technologies (IIT) Ltd, which has taken over the role of manufacturing and marketing the machine from NEIC, the previous owners of the design.  

Based in the North East, IIT has engaged the services of key members of the NEIC team who have the in depth knowledge of the technology behind the machines to ensure that the AutoLouvre is as fast, rugged and reliable as it always has been. For those not familiar with the machine, the company believes the AutoLouvre to be the fastest cut punch and crease machine on the market and say it has been helping companies produce vertical blinds more profitably for over ten years.  The machine, which processes both three and a half inch and five and a quarter inch material, takes the material from a reel, cuts it to length, punches the hole for the hanger and prepares the top and bottom creases. The company says it is renowned for its rugged reliability and is designed to run all day every day and at top speed is capable of producing up to 1200 average sized louvres per hour.  These factors, combined with an easy to use sloping set function are what IIT believe make the machine the perfect choice for companies of all sizes.

In addition to the AutoLouvre Vertical Louvre Machine, IIT is also now marketing the Headrail Cutter which has now been redesigned to improve flexibility and has been rebranded as Hydracut. The Hydracut, which was shown at the Sign UK Exhibition at Birmingham’s NEC, now features quick change tooling for users with multiple profiles. The company say a tool change can be completed in under a minute and requires no special equipment or training. It believes the machine which cuts vertical headrail and many other standard profiles used in the blinds industry, addresses all of the problem areas traditionally associated with the use of circular saws.  It is quiet, produces no cuttings and due to its design is inherently safe which the company believes could not be said about a circular saw. 

A further bonus is the cut quality which the company says is nothing short of excellent, with no distortion, burrs or sharp edges.
Further information on both of these machines can be seen at and or alternatively IIT can be contacted at the following address:

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