Stand F403 at the Fluid Power & Systems event will see Norgren showcase a range of products designed to deliver Engineering Advantage for UK industry.
Stand F403 at the Fluid Power & Systems event to be held the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, from 8-10 April will see Norgren, an international market leader in pneumatic motion and fluid control technologies, showcase a range of products designed to deliver Engineering Advantage for UK industry.
With key messages of safety, service and energy efficiency, the Norgren stand will focus on its Norgren Express offering, which boasts an extensive range of high-specification valves, actuators, pressure switches, air preparation products, fittings, tubing and accessories for a broad range of applications. Norgren’s new and improved webstore provides access to product and pricing information 24/7/365, with the company’s technical experts available by phone or email to help customers find the product, data or application support they need.
Also on display will be the company’s acclaimed IVAC (Integrated Valve & Actuator Control) cylinder, which is proven to reduce component count and drastically cut energy usage in a broad spectrum of machinery applications. Ideal for retrofit, IVAC is quick and simple to install and requires minimal maintenance. Interactive demonstrations will give visitors the chance to see for themselves the capabilities of IVAC.
Norgren’s Olympian filtration product portfolio is designed to ensure rapid and effective removal of liquid and particulate matter from compressed air, providing dry, clean air for factory use while minimising the risk of damage to compressors and other equipment.
Awaiss Mirza of Norgren commented: “Fluid Power & Systems 2104 is a great opportunity for us to highlight to the UK industry the breadth of our offering and our ability to deliver Engineering Advantage through high-performance products, innovation and technical excellence, and outstanding local service. Our products combine efficiency, safety, and ease of installation and servicing, making them highly attractive to maintenance engineers and production managers, whichever sector they are working in.”
For further information visit www.norgren.com/uk/industrialautomation