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Hanover Fair 2015: Advanced Sealing Technology Centered on Leading-Edge Materials Expertise

The presentation of the Parker Engineered Materials Group at the Hanover Fair this year will be focused on the company’s in-house materials expertise. The world debut of a new family of materials with outstanding performance characteristics and unique versatility will be the exciting highlight of the productions and solutions to be showcased.

Advanced sealing technology centered on leading-edge materials expertise is relevant with a view toward the increasing integration of plant and equipment under the concepts of Industry 4.0 as well. The demands made on operational reliability, loadability, availability and economy of the systems can be expected to increase even further and the sealing systems they use have to keep pace with these developments without fail. In addition to innovative designs, continuous progress in the development of engineered materials is an important key to ensuring the future viability of technical plant and equipment.

Visit our stand and find out …

why our new thermoplastic material has the potential of becoming an “all-rounder”: Delivering leading-edge wear resistance, chemical resistance and resilience, operational reliability and service life, ease of assembly and economy, the material is suitable for versatile uses as a sealing element, guiding element, anti-extrusion element and material for engineered components.

what innovations we support you with in the field of fluid power: We increase the efficiency of your equipment through low-friction sealing systems, extend its service life and operational reliability through reduced dirt ingress and help you save time and costs through simplified assembly.

how in pharmaceutical and food production you will always be on the safe side in particularly critical areas of sanitary applications: with our purpose-developed CIP-/SIP-resistant sealing materials and seal geometries that prevent the formation of germ colonies.

how in automotive engineering you can secure and sustain the required operational safety and reliability, environmental friendliness and future viability of your products: with our extensive range of high-performance materials that successfully meet the challenges posed by the fluids in alternative powertrain systems – from AdBlue® to exhaust system condensate through to hydrogen.

how the use of RFID technology may convert conventional O-ring seals into so- called “smart seals” opening up new potential, for instance in warehousing and manufacturing operations.


By means of various concrete application examples we will be pleased to present and explain our advanced solutions and provide you with in-depth Information in personal discussions with you.

We look forward to your visit!


Parker Engineered Materials Group at the Hanover Fair:

April 13-17, 2015
Hall 20, Stand C48

Get more Information and your free ticket here.


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