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Stäubli Connectors premiere at bauma 2019

Innovative connection solutions for the construction industry

bauma, the world’s largest trade fair for the construction industry, brings Stäubli Connectors to Munich for the first time. Its premiere at the trade fair is motivated by over 600,000 square meters of exhibition space, about 600,000 expected visitors, and, above all, an integrated coupling range for nearly all applications.

Stäubli Connectors will appear at booth 349/10B in hall A5 with a clear message: In the construction, construction materials, and mining machines industries, its range has the optimal solution for every coupling application. The complete selection covers quick couplings and multi-couplings for use in cranes, mining, construction, and special vehicles, for connecting mobile attachment tools, connecting circuits of all media, cooling electronic components, and even applications in e-mobility and the automated production of construction vehicles.

These couplings, which are the highest quality available on the market and have performed just as well in sensitive industries such as nuclear engineering, harsh railway and offshore uses are perfect for applications in the construction industry. With free selection of sealing materials, optional stainless-steel versions, and different locking options, our comprehensive coupling range can be optimized for any application.

All coupling ranges are produced through vertically integrated manufacturing and benefit from over 60 years of engineering know-how in connection technology, allowing Stäubli to provide excellent ergonomic properties and safety, as well as product lifespans that are far above average. Even under the harshest conditions of use with dust, contamination, and vibrations, as well as temperature fluctuations, the couplings ensure secure connections. With this innovative coupling technology, Stäubli hopes to foster even greater productivity in the construction industry in the future.

Source: Stäubli Fluid Connectors

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