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Exhibition Centre Liverpool(L3 4BX)

14/11/2018 - 15/11/2018

Smart Factory Expo is Europe’s biggest showcase for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) - a (more)

sps ipc drives

Exhibition Centre Nuremberg, Messeplatz 1 90471 Nuremberg Germany

27/11/2018 - 29/11/2018

SPS IPC Drives is Europe’s leading exhibition for electric automation. The place to be: (more)

Fastener Fair Stuttgart

Trade Fair Centre in Stuttgart

19/03/2019 - 21/03/2019

Fastener Fair Stuttgart covers all areas of the fastener and fixing industry and provides real insight (more)

UKIVA machine vision conference

Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes(MK1 1ST)

06/06/2019

Over 50 seminars and exhibitors from the world’s leading industrial vision companies. Access vision (more)

Kistler acquires German torque sensor specialist

The Kistler Group has taken over the German torque sensor and force-displacement system specialist, Dr. Staiger Mohilo and Co. GmbH based in Lorch near Stuttgart. Dr. Staiger Mohilo and Co. GmbH was established in 1945 and is a market leader in torque sensor technology with more than 80 employees developing and producing high quality force-displacement measuring systems, torque and force sensors, and complete test stands for electric motors. These products allow quality assurance as an integral part of an automated assembly process. In the past, Staiger Mohilo has marketed its products mainly in Germany and Kistler's international distribution network, comprising 15 group owned sales companies, will open up new sales opportunities in over 30 countries. For Kistler, the takeover means expansion of its range of torque sensors. Although mainly for industrial applications, Staiger Mohilo sensors are increasingly being used in electric motors and hybrid engines. In addition, the acquisition will provide Kistler with additional expertise to further enhance its own capability in strain gage technology.
 

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