ISH, the biennial trade fair for the ventilation, air conditioning and energy-saving technology sectors, will be held in Frankfurt from 11 to 15 March. The event will gather together more than 200,000 visitors and over 2,000 exhibitors.
“For the occasion,” Holger Klein, Managing Director of Lafert GmbH, begins “We will introduce the latest Lafert range of IE3 Nema Premium/EISA Asynchronous Motors with a new and exclusive design. In fact, in order to deliver consistently high levels of efﬁciency, the design of the range has been fully restyled, thus making the motor more mechanically functional and adapting it to meet the standards of the US market, which is the most demanding in terms of performance. There will also be a preview presentation of the new HPI 71 motor – now completely redesigned and upgraded – which, in addition to having an elegant and compact design and the very latest and updated control electronics, offers the option of customising the colour of some mechanical components to seamlessly integrate the motor when applying it to the client’s machine.”
“Last year,” Klein continues, “Lafert was able to develop many customised high-efficiency motors. Backed by strong and valuable partnerships with market leaders in key sectors such as renewable energy, HVAC, air technology and pumps, Lafert has now strengthened its ability to consistently provide innovative and state-of-the-art technology. Moreover, due to the outstanding weight and size-saving solutions of the HP range, we have become technological leaders in these key sectors. Not to mention the special corrosion protection offered by Lafert, from C3 to C5 paint, which is increasingly in demand with our customers”.
“For 2019, Lafert will continue to expand its market share and strengthen its position as a leading supplier of customised, innovative and high-efficiency motors. The energy-saving trend is constantly on the rise and will also boost the Group’s business. Germany is certainly one of Lafert’s target markets and where the company intends to continue expanding. We look forward to welcoming many visitors, so we can establish new contacts and embark on some interesting projects,” Holger Klein concludes.