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ANT APPLIED NEW TECHNOLOGIES AG
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ANT Applied New Technologies AG was created in July 1999 out of three companies from the fields of special purpose machinery, industrial reassembly and disassembly as well as water abrasive suspension (WAS) cutting systems.
ANT makes systems for the WAS cutting process. Various venture capital investors have taken shares in the company and see an expanding future market for this technology.
The company area Industrial Assembly, Disassembly and Reassembly (ID) under the name of ANT Construction & Service GmbH with its domicile in Wolfsburg has been sold as a management buy-out per 31st December 2006.
At present 26 staff are employed at ANT. Expansion of the fixed personnel base is now planned due to the increasing order volume. The training and experience as well as the personal commitment of each individual guarantees the high quality and functionality of our systems and their successful use at the customer’s site. We ensure our technological know-how by having a great proportion of our staff as engineers.
An international network out of agents and partners support our worldwide sales activites and projects.
ANT is certified according to the quality assurance standard DIN EN ISO 9001:2008.
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Water Abrasive Suspension (WAS) jet cutting units
What we offer:
Water jet cutting:
With the water abrasive suspension (WAS) cutting process almost all materials can be cut with the aid of a high pressure water jet and sharp-edged abrasive. This specialised technology is used both in air and underwater in the deactivation of munitions, the offshore industry, and also in industrial plants and nuclear power stations where there is a risk of explosion.
Special purpose machinery and engineering:
Experienced engineers develop a specialised solution for each technical requirement. This applies to automation plants, robotic systems, 3D plans and construction as well as all types of gripping or carrying systems.
What are we looking for: