Russell Finex participate in the number one exhibition for mechanical processing
POWTECH 2016, the leading trade fair for industrial mechanical processing technology, took place in Nuremberg Germany last month, providing three full days of industry innovations, knowledge sharing and networking for business opportunities. The show hosted 891 exhibitors from 31 countries, covering 27,711 m² of exhibition ground, and welcomed 16,000 visitors from around the world.
Russell Finex once again exhibited at POWTECH, with the 2016 show being an even greater success than the last. Richard Kay, Business Development Manager at Russell Finex comments: "POWTECH is one of the most important shows for us as it brings together international industry experts and decision makers. It is a great opportunity to show our latest innovations in separation equipment to this large audience."
At POWTECH 2016 Russell Finex displayed their latest innovation, the new Russell Screen Changer™, a pneumatic lifting device for quick and safe changing of mesh frames for inspection. Last month Russell Finex proudly received the SHAPA Innovation Award 2016 for the Russell Screen Changer™, a recognition that innovation is at the core of their business.
The unique, innovative Russell Compact Airlock Sieve was also on display, a user friendly screening machine designed to provide effortless operation while maximizing screening performance. Utilizing a unique pneumatic clamping system, the unit guarantees a reliable and repeatable dust-tight seal.
Another attraction on the stand was an interactive process animation, enabling visitors to easily identify the right machine for their production process and specific application. Read the POWTECH 2016 press release for more information on other machinery shown.
Richard Kay concludes: "At Russell Finex our customers are our first priority. We provide customized solutions and keep innovating to meet their industry requirements. We are already looking forward to preparing for POWTECH 2017 and presenting our new product innovations."