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Joint Venture Between Palmgren and Arboga of Sweden

Palmgren and Arboga of Sweden have entered into a joint venture to offer drilling machines throughout North America. Founded in 1932, Arboga is the oldest Swedish manufacturer of drill presses and has sold more than 650,000 units worldwide.

Arboga's versatile drilling machines are especially designed with operational features that stand up to industrial use. The Arboga drills are suited for drilling, chamfering, reaming, tapping, counterboring and spot facing. They offer lower maintenance requirements than competing drilling machines, according to the company.

"We are selling the Arboga drilling machines with a five-year warranty, which continues to be the most generous warranty in the industry. We can do this because we believe in the superior quality of the Arboga product line," said Ernie Torkilsen, Vice President at C.H. Hanson.

Features include:

  • Helical all-gear drive transmission to deliver full power at any speed, driving tools at nearly 100% of available horsepower
  • Two-speed motors provide a wide range of operating speeds for drilling both large and small holes and equipped with a foot reversing switch
  • A clear adjustable chuck and spindle guard for added operator protection throughout the drilling cycle.

For more information contact:

Palmgren - a C.H. Hanson Brand

2000 N. Aurora Road

Naperville, IL 60563


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