simatec at the Swisstech Trade Fair from 18−21 November 2014 in Basel

simatec Stand C18 / Hall 1.1

For the first time simatec will present their products at the Swisstech Trade Fair for Materials, Components and System Assembly in Basel. simatec has three main goals for the trade show: introduce new products, improve the company image, and win new customers.

The focus at simatec’s Stand C18 / Halle 1.1 will be the smallest automatic lubricator simalube 15 ml and the high-performance portable induction heater simatherm IH 025 VOLCANO.

With only 15 ml of contents the smallest lubricator is an ideal addition to the simalube product family and cares for lubrication points, which, until now, have had no appropriate solution for automatic lubrication.  With its slim aluminum housing (ø 22 mm, height 70 mm) the 15 ml can be installed where other lubricators are too big.

The portable induction heater simatherm IH 025 VOLCANO enables outstanding heating performance with an extremely light structure weighing just 3.5 kg (7.7 lbs.). It can be used to heat roller bearings with internal diameters of over 20 mm, external diameters starting at 160 mm and a weight of up to 10 kg (22 lbs.).

The IH 025 VOLCANO also offers a unique product benefit with PTC (Predictive Temperature Control). This function ensures that the workpiece is heated evenly and the preselected temperature is achieved precisely and quickly, with no risk of overheating.

Company profile simatec ag

simatec ag is an independent, globally active family business with its head office in Switzerland (Wangen an der Aare). Since 2005 it has been run by the second generation of the family, Mischa N. Wyssmann.

Since the company was founded in 1983, motivated staff have been developing and producing innovative products for the maintenance of bearings. Globally known brand names such as simatherm, simatool and simalube originate from simatec. simatherm induction heaters allow fast heating of roller bearings and other circular metal parts. simatool tools facilitate the assembly and dismantling of roller bearings.



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