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Fabric Dyeing Technology from SCLAVOS

Athena 2 is the new development of SCLAVOS in the field of knitted and woven fabric dyeing machines.
Athena 2 incorporates some unique systems such as:  More..
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IT IS NOT ONLY THE MODEL AND YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE!!!
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MAKE SURE ABOUT THE EXACT MACHINE PERIPHERALS: HOW MANY CHEMICAL ADD. TANKS (1 OR 2), THE CONTROLLER TYPE (3500, 5000, 5500), WITH OR WITHOUT: SALT ADDITION UNIT, PH-TDS UNIT, SHR HEAT RECOVERY UNIT.  ATHENA CAPACITY PER PORT IS 250 KGS, NOT 180 KGS WHICH IS FOR VENUS !!
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4.4 If delay by the Purchaser in making any payment is due to one of the circumstances mentioned in Clause 6 the Vendor shall not be entitled to any interest on the sum due. Save as aforesaid, if the Purchaser delays in making any payment the Vendor shall be entitled to the payment of interest on the sum due at a rate of 5 percentage points above the base rate of the National Bank of Greece from the date on which such sum became due. If at the end of 3 months the Purchaser shall still have failed to pay the sum due, the Vendor shall be entitled by notice in writing to the Purchaser and without requiring the consent of any Court to terminate the contract and thereupon to recover from the Purchaser the amount of his loss.

5. RETENTION OF TITLE TO GOODS
Notwithstanding the provisions of Clause 4, all contracts will be entered into subject to the following conditions relating to retention of title to the Goods supplied.
5.1 The Vendor reserves the title to any or all of the Goods contained in any contract and wherever stored whether or not the said Goods have been re-sold until such time as all outstanding amounts due to the Vendor in respect of the Goods supplied have been received.
5.2 The Purchaser of any or all of the Goods contained in any contract shall be deemed to be acting as a bailee of the Goods and shall undertake to indemnify the Vendor against loss or damage whilst in his possession and shall store all the Goods there mentioned in good condition until such time as payment is made in full for the Goods at which time title in the Goods shall pass.
5.3 The Purchaser is deemed to occupy a fiduciary position and shall not without the specific agreement of the Vendor pass, attempt to pass or conspire to pass title in any or all of the Goods continued in any contract until title has been ascertained under Clauses 2.2, 5.1 and 5.2. In the event that specific agreement is attained the Purchaser shall occupy a fiduciary position in respect of the proceeds of any such sale and shall agree to fully indemnify the Vendor against any consequential loss suffered as result.
5.4 Any or all Goods contained in any contract shall not at any time save with the specific agreement of the Vendor be defaced, modified or in any other way changed to the extent that it will at all times be possible to identify the Goods referred to above over which the Vendor reserves title.
The Vendor shall at all times during retention of title reserve the right to claim the re-delivery of all or any Goods in any contract at any time prior to the title to the Goods being ascertained in the event that the Purchaser due to insolvency or any other reason not the fault of the Vendor has failed to make full payment for the Goods contained in the said contract.


6. GUARANTEE
6.1 Subject as hereinafter set out, the Vendor undertakes to remedy any defect resulting from faulty design, materials or workmanship for time period not to exceed the manufacturer’s warranty.
6.2 This liability is limited to defects that appear during the period of 12 months after the date of delivery.
6.3 A fresh guarantee period of 12 months shall apply, under the same terms and conditions as those applicable to the original Goods to parts supplied in replacement of defective parts or to parts renewed in pursuance of the Clause. The provision shall not apply to the remaining parts of the Goods, the Guarantee Period of which shall be extended only by a period equal to the period during which the Goods are out of action as a result of a defect covered by this Clause. Not withstanding the stipulations of this Clause, the validity of the Vendor’s Guarantee shall not exceed 2 years for any part of the Goods reckoned from the original date of commencement of the Guarantee Period.
6.4 In order to be able to avail himself on his rights under this Clause the Purchaser shall notify the Vendor in writing without delay of any defects that have appeared and shall give him every opportunity of inspecting and remedying them.
6.5 On receipt of such notifications the Vendor shall remedy the defect forthwith and, at his own expense. Save where the nature of the defect is such that it is appropriate to effect repairs on site, the Purchaser shall return to the Vendor any part in which a defect covered by this Clause has appeared, for repair or replacement by the Vendor, and in such case the delivery to the Purchaser of such part properly repaired or a part in replacement thereof shall be deemed to be a fulfillment by the Vendor of his obligations under this paragraph in respect of such defective part.
6.6 The Vendor’s liability does not apply to defects arising out of materials provided, or out of a design stipulated by the Purchaser.
6.7 The Vendor’s liability shall apply only to defects that appeared under the conditions of operation provided for by the Contract and under proper use. It does not cover defects due to causes arising after the risk in the Goods has passed in accordance with Clause 2. In particular it does not cover defects arising from the Purchaser’s faulty maintenance or erection or from alterations carried out without the Vendor’s consent in writing or from repairs carried out improperly by the Purchaser, nor does it cover normal deterioration.
6.8 It is expressly agreed that the Purchaser shall have no claim in respect of any loss or damage caused by the defect, including but not limited to damage to property, loss of production, loss of profit or any other consequential damage and indirect loss. Unless it is shown from the circumstances of the sale that the Vendor has been guilty of gross misconduct.
6.9 Gross misconduct does not comprise any and every lack of proper care or skill but means an act or omission on the part of the Vendor implying either a failure to pay due regard to serious consequences which a conscientious Contractor would normally foresee as likely to ensure or a deliberate disregard of any consequences of such act or omission. 

 



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