Hannover Messe, the world’s largest trade fair, will be held from 23 to 27 April and will attract more than 250,000 visitors and over 6,000 exhibitors representing various industrial manufacturing sectors. ‘We will be focusing on integrated automation, motion & drive,’ Holger Klein, Lafert GmbH says.
‘The economic situation in Germany,’ Klein continues, ‘has been favourable, with a long period of stable growth; we look forward to welcoming all visitors, making new contacts and discussing interesting projects that will increase our market share. At present, energy saving solutions are a trend that have taken root, this area continues to grow and evolve. As a result, Lafert seeks to further boost its business.’
On this occasion, Lafert will introduce the new generation of IE3 Nema Premium/EISA Asynchronous Motors with a new and exclusive design; the innovative range of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors IE4/IE5, specifically optimised for HVAC applications; Synchronous Motors from 0.55 kW to 30 kW at variable speed with sensorless drives (available with IPM and SMPM technology); the wide range of Brushless servomotors reaching torque values up to 390 Nm, for high dynamic and acceleration applications, available with ATEX Certification - Zone 2 and 22 for use in potentially explosive environments.
‘Last year the Group faced new and interesting challenges in the highly customised design of IE4/IE5 motors, and therefore acquired further know-how in this area.’ ‘Moreover,’ the Manager of Lafert Germany adds, ‘the Group exchanges views daily in order to provide its customers and partners with leading-edge technology, supported by well-established partnerships with market leaders in fields such as renewable energy, HVAC, air technology and industrial machinery.’
‘Lafert’s goal for 2018 is to consolidate its position as a leading supplier of high-performance motors and servomotors.’ Holger Klein concludes, ‘we will certainly continue to improve our offer, especially in terms of performance and durability, as well as conducting research and pursuing technological innovation.’