Bucher Hydraulics and Jetter Automation present common system solutions at Bauma

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Bucher Hydraulics will present a variety of product highlights at Bauma 2016, including:

• System solutions for aerial platforms (scissors and articulated boom), with components for traction drives, cooling and working hydraulics;

• The global available cartridge valve program, which will be presented in a clear and structured way, thereby highlighting the possibilities and functions of various cartridge valves;

• Energy-saving blower and fan drive components based on Bucher internal and external gear technology;

• A modular construction kit with electronic controls using the example of a forestry crane. The modular-built system solution consists of hydraulic components and electronic controls and allows flexible expansions analogous to the design of the control block. Besides the usual hydraulic functions, a module extension for load cells and deviation measurements, for example, opens up additional options.

• Sister company Jetter Automation, represented for the first time at the Bucher Hydraulics booth, specializes in automation solutions for mobile and industrial automation. Visitors to Bauma will have the opportunity to see demonstrations of multilevel technical cooperation between both companies by means of various presentations, and the focus will be on the many advantages of the integrated system know-how of the respective specialists from hydraulics and electronics.

• Further innovative system solutions belong to the area of telescopic handlers, material handling equipment, road construction and mobile cranes.

From 5pm on Tuesday, April 12 and Thursday, April 14, at stand 103 in Hall A4, Happy Hour will take place to end the day by bringing together exhibitors and customers, with refreshing beverages, Bavarian sausages and crispy pretzels helping stimulate discussions in a relaxed atmosphere.

April 1, 2016

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