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CRAWLEY, WEST SUSSEX, UK. (9 April, 2015) — Edwards is highlighting the advantages that their modelling software can bring to vacuum system design at ComVac, Hannover, 13 – 17th April.
Franck Merieux, Market Sector Manager, Industrial, is presenting a paper on “Advanced Modelling Tools for Vacuum System Design”, which outlines the capabilities of Edwards’ software to model customer installations, and thus define the optimum vacuum solution with regard to performance requirements, including cost of ownership and minimum carbon footprint.
ComVac, the International Trade Fair for Compressed Air Technology and Vacuum Technology is part of Hannover Messe, an international industrial fair. Visitors to the Edwards’ stand will be able to see a variety of vacuum pumps, from Gamma ion pumps suitable for creating ultra-high vacuum environments to pumps suitable for rugged industrial applications such as metallurgy or coating. There will also be service demonstrations on nXDS, STP and rotary vane pumps on the stand. Experts from Edwards will be available to discuss any questions about vacuum, from the optimum vacuum technology for their application to the best service solution for their needs and objectives.
“We are proud of our ability to design the optimum vacuum solution for each of our customers, and I am delighted we can showcase this at ComVac. Our modelling tools are a key feature in achieving the best system design, by modelling individual installations and predicting vacuum performances” commented Franck Merieux.
There will also be an operational GXS450/2600 on Edwards’ stand. The GXS range, with its unique screw technology, enables users to maximise their productivity and performance with a low cost of ownership and small carbon footprint. The GXS provides robust and reliable operation even in harsh applications, and its long service intervals mean minimal maintenance is required.
April 13 - 17