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Danfoss signs up for Drives and AirTech Shows

01 January, 2006

Danfoss signs up for Drives and AirTech Shows

Danfoss will be attending this year`s Drives and Controls and Air-Tech shows in strength. Three Danfoss divisions - Motion Controls, Industrial Automation and Bauer Geared Motors - will each be offering visitors a free consultation service on application problems.

Motion Controls will be showing an extensive range of new dedicated products covering high-performance, water, HVAC and general-purpose applications. Each is equipped with programmable features tailored to its particular market, and offers PLC functions, simplicity of application, and fewer supplementary external control devices. Danfoss claims that the new high-power drives are the most compact and efficient models available, offering substantial energy savings for fan and pump applications.

Specialist drives consultants will be available to discuss visitors` applications and to arrange free site surveys. Danfoss Motion Controls and Bauer Geared Motors will be located the Drives exhibition, and Danfoss Industrial Controls in the Air-Tech exhibition.

Danfoss will be joining a line-up of big-name exhibitors that already includes AEG Electric Motors, Control Techniques, Phoenix Contact, Rittal, Rossi Gearmotors, Siemens and Vacon.




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