CTI Symposium Berlin 2017

On December 5 and 6, HOERBIGER will present innovative shift elements for the drivetrain at the CTI Symposium in Berlin. Featured innovations will include an electric axle concept and the HOERBIGER SlimLINE synchronizer. Visitors can learn about both novelties at the booth and during a technical presentation.

Event: Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives
Date: December 5-6, 2017
Location: Estrel Hotel, Sonnenallee 225, 12057 Berlin
HOERBIGER booth: A05

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World Forum For Medicine

We invite you to experience our exhibits and a virtual product presentation and offer plenty of time for in-depth talks with our experts.We look forward to seeing you!

Date: November 13-16-2017
Location: Düsseldorf, Germany
HOERBIGER Booth: Halle 14, D20

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Cogeneration plant safety

Stadtwerke Duisburg AG

The cogeneration plants at Stadtwerke Duisburg AG produce heat and power for the city’s inhabitants and the region. When it came to protecting the fuel silos, the utility company opted in favor of an explosion suppression system made by IEP Technologies a company of the HOERBIGER Group – for the benefit of the residents and the environment.

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German Industrial Valve Trade Show (DIAM)

Date: 8 – 9 November
Venue: Jahrhunderthalle Bochum, Germany

The improved electrohydraulic valve actuator TriVAX made by HOERBIGER is a trendsetter in the process industry. This valve actuator will take center stage at the DIAM in Hall 1, Booth B8.

Your contact on-site: Gotthard Gawens Product Manager

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HOERBIGER 2016/17 Yearbook

Read the new HOERBIGER Yearbook as an e-book with audio book functionalities.

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The long-term relationship between TREMEC and HOERBIGER is that of a partnership, with clear communication and excellent collaboration. Both companies contribute their technological know-how and share best practices to deliver innovative and first-class products.

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HOERBIGER – First Choice

Tiverton Power supplies the US state of Rhode Island and the other five New England states with electricity. In 2012, its owner Emera Energy decided to draw up a major plant maintenance and upgrade plan ­ relying on HOERBIGER.

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