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10.01.2019  |  492x
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We look back on an exciting exhibition

Innovations discovering at SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg, Germany

SPS IPC Drives is Europe’s leading exhibition for electric automation. During 27th – 29th November 2018 suppliers from around the world were there and informed about products, trends and innovations within the industry. The exhibition covers all components down to complete systems and integrated automation solutions. In a total of 17 exhibition halls with 1,630 exhibitors from all over the world, users and decision-makers visited the stands and exchanged views on current trends and future-oriented technologies in industrial automation. 65,700 people came to Nuremberg to inform themselves at the end of the year about different products and solutions.

Together with LABOM Mess- und Regeltechnik GmbH the engineers of UWT presented latest technology highlights for continuous, point level, pressure and temperature measurement in hall 10.1 booth 121 providing access to new bright solutions for different applications. Besides reliable sensors for bulk solids there were demonstrated new capacitance devices for applications in liquids, pastes, foam and slurry. Because after successful 40 years of experience in the field of bulk solids UWT has now a brand new product series for the field of liquids measurement.
The new capacitance measuring sensors for content and level detection offer very interesting applications, especially in the international markets. With the enlargement of the radar series by a TDR line with a guided radar explicit for bulk material as well as for the liquids area UWT offers a wide radar portfolio.

A big thank you goes to all of our visitors for the interesting discussions and the great atmosphere that you have brought to our booth!

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