Global approach pays off at EMO for machining industry

The Grundfos Machining Inustry team showed its global muscle at the world's largest machine tool exhibition, EMO 2011, in Hanover, Germany.

The Grundfos Machining Inustry team showed its global muscle at the world's largest machine tool exhibition, EMO 2011, in Hanover, Germany, last week.

Grundfos packed its booth with information and demonstrations, including the new MTA pump range, information around E-motors and the new Grundfos Machining Industry "Design Tool" - a piece of software that helps to configure a machine tool cooling system.

"People saw the opportunity to recalibrate their existing systems as well as design new systems with the Design tool," says Nils Sörensen, Regional Application Manager for the Grundfos Machining Industry Business Centre Europe. "There was also a lot of excitement around the shared possibility to save money with Design Tool combined with a use of frequency-driven pumps."

EMO took place over six days, with more than 2,000 exhibitors showing off the latest machinery, solutions and services for all aspects of metalworking. This year's event attracted 140,000 visitors.

Grundfos is the biggest pump supplier to the industry, and one could see Grundfos pumps working behind the scenes at demo machine tools throughout the 17 exhibition halls.

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