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MDA Technologies 2/2015

MDA Technologies 2/2015

When the pressure has to

When the pressure has to rise Does your hydraulic application need a working pressure at 210 bar? 350 bar? 420 bar? Or even higher? Then the Scanwill pressure components could be the solution for you. The fluid power experts will be exhibiting their newly developed pressure solutions at Hannover Messe. Scanwill Fluid Power will be exhibiting at Hannover Messe for the third time. At their booth, they will host live demonstrations of their product range of energy saving hydraulic pressure solutions. The founder of the company Mr. Jesper Will Iversen, will be present throughout the trade fair. Mr Iversen has 20 years’ experience in the design and manufacture of unique, compact, high efficient pressure solutions for applications in industrial hydraulics. Today the pressure solutions of the Danish specialists are distributed through partners all over the world and are used every day by hydraulic engineers as a common solution to achieve greater hydraulic power. The products are installed in an expanding variety of hydraulic applications, in general industrial sectors where there is a need for increasing the hydraulic power. New developments Scanwill Fluid Power will launch the new series of MP-XP pressure solutions at the Hannover Messe that are designed with an additional side outlet port, so that the oil from the high pressure side is returned directly to tank and thereby ensures that the intensifier and the cylinder are always supplied with cool and filtrated oil. The MP-XP series is ideal for small stand-alone hydraulic circuits systems, with a limited consumption of oil at short cycle times and also where there is a risk of collecting contaminants in the oil at quick couplings. Additionally, the company launches the MP-CT series of pressure solutions systems, which are designed for integration in a valve stacking system. The MP-CT has an external port from which high pressure is 40 MDA Technologies 2/2015

MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL 01 02 supplied – without disturbing the supply circuit. The benefit of MP-CT is that it allows, from the supplied low pressure, to get a pressure increase at specific selected application spots – for example clamping, engraving and pressing applications. The most important exhibition Sales & Marketing Manager Anders Levinsen commented: “We look forward to meeting many of our dedicated Scanwill sales partners from all over world and especially to present our pressure solutions to hydraulic engineers, that are looking for both energy saving and safe product solutions for their hydraulic circuits. Hannover Messe is, for Scanwill Fluid Power, the most important exhibition window to the hydraulic world - it is also where we meet all our valuable local German customers allowing us to expand our network within the hydraulic industry.” Photographs: teaser www.scanwill.com 01 + 02 The pressure intensifiers will be exhibited at Hannover Messe 2015 Company name: Scanwill Fluid Power Established: 2001 Headquarters: Albertslund, Copenhagen Denmark Products: pressure intensifiers for numerous applications About MDA Technologies 2/2015 41

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