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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..
ARE YOU OFFERED USED MACHINE SCLAVOS BY 3RD PARTY?
BE CAREFULL BEFORE ACCEPTING AND CONFIRMING PURCHASE.  
IT IS NOT ONLY THE MODEL AND YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION THAT MAKE THE DIFFERENCE!!!
GIVE US THE SERIAL NUMBER AND WE CAN CONFIRM YOU THE EXACT SPECS
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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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7. SECURITY AND PRODUCT LIABILITY
7.1 If not otherwise stated, the delivery comprises such equipment for protection against the risk of danger or for compliance with legislation in the use of the Goods as are normally in use in the Vendor’s country. Any responsibility that may arise on account of other protective or compliance equipment being prescribed in the Purchasers country is exclusively carried by the Purchaser.
7.2 The Vendor shall be liable for personal injury only if it is proved that such injury was caused by negligence on the part of the Vendor or others for whom he is responsible. The Vendor shall not be liable for damage to property occurring whilst the Goods are in the possession of the Purchaser. Nor shall the Vendor be liable for damage to products manufactured by the Purchaser, or to other products of which the Purchasers products form a part. Apart from these limitations the Vendor shall be liable for damage to property on the same conditions as for personal injury. The Vendor shall in no circumstances be liable for loss of production, loss of profit or any other consequential damage and indirect loss. To the extent the Vendor might incur product liability toward any third party, the Purchaser shall indemnify the Vendor as far as the Vendor’s liability has been limited by the three proceeding sub-paragraphs. If a claim for damage as described in this clause 6.2 is lodged by a third party against one of the parties, the latter shall party forthwith inform the other party thereof. The Vendor and the Purchaser shall be mutually obliged to let themselves be summoned to the Court examining claims for Damages lodged against one of them on the basis of damage allegedly caused by the Goods. The contractual relationship between the Vendor and the Purchaser shall, however, be settled by arbitration according to Clause 10. The above limitations in the Vendor’s liability shall not apply where the Vendor is shown to have been guilty of gross misconduct.

8. RELIEFS
8.1 The following shall be considered as cases of relief if they intervene after the formation of any Contract and impede its performance, industrial disputes and any other circumstances (e.g. fire, mobilisation, requisition embargo, currency restrictions, insurrection, shortage of transport, general shortage of materials and restrictions in use of power) when such other circumstances are beyond the control of the parties.
8.2 The party wishing to claim relief by reason of any of the said circumstances shall notify the other party in writing without delay on the intervention and on the cessation thereof.
8.3 The effects of the said circumstances so far as they are affect the timely performance of their obligations by the parties are defined in Clauses 3 and 4. Save as provided in paragraph 3.4, 3.6 an 4.4, if by reason of any of the said circumstances the performance of the Contract within a reasonable time becomes impossible either party shall be entitled to terminate the Contract by notice in writing to the other party without requiring the consent of any Court.

9. LIMITATION OF DAMAGES
9.1 Where either party is liable in damages to the other, these shall not exceed the damage which the party in default could reasonably have foreseen at the time of the formation of Contract.
9.2 The party who sets up a breach of the Contract shall be under a duty to take all necessary measures to mitigate the loss which has occurred provided that he can do so without unreasonable inconvenience or cost. Should he fail to do so, the party guilty of the breach may claim a reduction in the damages.

10. RIGHTS AT TERMINATION
10.1 Termination of the Contract, from whatever cause arising, shall be without prejudice to the rights of the parties accrued under the Contract up to the time of termination.

11. ARBITRATION AND LAW APPLICABLE
11.1 Any dispute arising out of the Contract shall be finally settled, in accordance with the Rules of Conciliation and Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, by one or more arbitrators designated in conformity with those Rules.
11.2 The Contract shall be governed by law of the Vendor’s country

12. RETURN OF GOODS ORIGINALLY SHIPPED AGAINST SALES ORDER CONTRACT
12.1 In all circumstances G. LYBEROPOULOS S.A. reserve the right to refuse the return of goods which were originally shipped to any Customer against an agreed Sales Order Contract.
12.2 Any goods returned to G. LYBEROPOULOS S.A. which were originally shipped against a Sales Order Contract will incur a 25% handling charge to the customer if the reason for return is deemed to be outside the control of G. LYBEROPOULOS S.A. (i.e. wrong product ordered by the customer). The charge incurred will be 25% of the original value for the goods returned. Under all circumstances a minimum charge of Euro 1500 will be imposed.

13. CANCELLATION OF CONTRACT
In the event of the Customer purporting to cancel an order, G. LYBEROPOULOS S.A. if it wishes to accept such cancellation shall be entitled to charge the Customer a cancellation fee of up to ten per cent (10%) of the purchase price for stock items, or up to 100% of the purchase price for a bespoke system, in respect of costs and expenses incurred and other damages without prejudice to any right to claim further costs, expenses and damages howsoever arising.



Last Updated ( Saturday, 01 September 2007 )