The xetto® mobile transport system made by HOERBIGER comes with an ergonomic design. It enables fast and effortless handling and movement of goods in warehouses and production halls. The new ergonomically optimized control unit and the flexibly mountable ramp now make loading and unloading even easier.
Well-established Bavarian firm Mahlo uses HOERBIGER high tech and actuators to ensure that everything is lined up for premium quality textiles.
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The HOERBIGER Strategic Business Unit Drive Technology will showcase innovative shift elements for drivetrains at the VDI Congress in Bonn, Germany, on June 27 and 28:
The SlimLINE synchronizer opens up valuable design freedom for hybrid drives. The system saves up to 20 percent installation space and weight, while lowering fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
The newly developed TorqueLINE Twin Cone and TorqueLINE Disconnect Clutch shift elements make hybrid and electric drive systems more efficient by reducing drag loss by as much as 95 percent.
Date: June 27-28, 2018
City: Bonn, Germany
Venue: World Conference Center
Zug / Oulunsalo – Effective February 1, 2018, IEP Technologies, a member of the HOERBIGER Group, has acquired business operations, the portfolio, patents and trademark rights of Atexon Oy, a company headquartered in Oulunsalo, Finland, specializing in spark detection and extinguishing for industrial explosion protection.
The trust-based partnership between HOERBIGER and the press brake manufacturer SafanDarley dates back over 40 years. Immediately apparent with the new hybrid press brake H-Brake Hybrid made by SafanDarley is the well-engineered design. Additionally, ergonomics, sustainability, energy efficiency, and operating costs also played an important role in the development of the machine’s concept.
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.