With over 35 years of design and manufacturing experience hoc tieng anhin the tool and gearing industry, China Pneumatic Corporation provides the most extensive trung tâm jaxtina có tốt không product engineering experiences, duct engineering duct engineering giay da nam machining expertise, quality management system, sourcing and consolidate services to meet your khong co chi special requirements and targets.Pneumatic systems in fixed installations, such as factories, use compressed air because a sustainable supply can be made by compressing atmospheric air. The air usually has moisture removed, and a small quantity of oil is added at the compressor to prevent corrosion and lubricate mechanical components.Factory-plumbed pneumatic-power users need not worry about poisonous leakage, tieng anh doanh nghiep as the gas is usually just air. Smaller or stand-alone systems can use other compressed gases that present an asphyxiation hazard, such as nitrogen—often referred to as OFN (oxygen-free nitrogen) when supplied in cylinders.Any compressed gas other than air is an asphyxiation hazard—including nitrogen, học tiếng anh cho người mất gốcwhich makes up 78% of air. Compressed oxygen (approx. 21% of air) would not asphyxiate, but is not used in pneumatically-powered devices because it is a fire hazard, more expensive, and offers no performance advantage over air. dia diem si ao thun Portable pneumatic tools and small vehicles, such as hoc tieng anh ha noiRobot Wars machines and other hobbyist applications are often powered by compressed carbon dioxide, because containers designed to hold it such as soda stream canisters and fire extinguishers are readily available, and the phase change between liquid and gas makes it possible to obtain a larger volume of compressed gas from a lighter container than compressed air requires. Carbon dioxide is an asphyxiant and can be a freezing hazard if vented improperly.

MOTEK 2017

MOTEK 2017 – International trade fair for automation in production and assembly

Our booth number: Hall:5 Booth# 5300

 

Welcome to the World’s Leading Trade Fair – MOTEK

The international trade fair Motek, which takes place in Stuttgart from 09.10.2017 – 12.10.2017, is the world’s leading event in the fields of production and assembly automation, feed technology and material flow, streamlining through handling technology, and industrial handling. As such, Motek is the only trade fair to clearly focus on all aspects of mechanical engineering and automation and on the presentation of entire process chains.

The consistent target-group orientation is one of Motek’s secrets of success. Focal target groups include automotive, machinery and equipment manufacturing, the electrical and electronics industries, medical engineering and solar production, as well as metal and plastic processing companies in general and their suppliers.

Arrival

The location which is unique throughout Europe – directly adjacent to Stuttgart International Airport, just off the motorway and ideally linked to local public transport – makes travelling to the Stuttgart Exhibition Centre easy and convenient.

Detailed information concerning the traffic infrastructure and complete parking information is available here:

We look forward to seeing you and wish you a pleasant trip!

Motek and Bondexpo Once Again with Roughly 1000 Exhibitors!

The frequently alluded to “7-year itch” applies neither to the Motek international trade fair for automation in production and assembly nor to global robotics and automation business! Because Motek, as well as the complementary Bondexpo international trade fair for bonding technologies, are striving to achieve renewed success to just as great an extent as the German and European, not to mention the worldwide robot and automation scene. According to the VDMA (German Engineering Association), robotics, integrated solutions and industrial image processing are booming for the 7th year in a row, and growth in turnover amounting to more than 7% is being anticipated for 2017 too! The figures, namely €12.8 billion in sales for 2016 and expected growth to €13.7 billion in 2017, apply to German robotics and automation only. But this nevertheless makes it possible to draw conclusions concerning the global situation because the export quota is now nearing the 60% level, which is distributed over, amongst other regions, Europe with 30%, China with 10% and North America with 9%.

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