Pneumofore at Glassman Europe 2009 - Preview

Date: 27 February 2009
Source: Pneumofore
Glassman tradeshows have become for Pneumofore a unique platform to consolidate existing business contacts and to explore opportunities on local and global markets.

As traditional exhibitor, Pneumofore will present the latest vacuum solutions and technologies specially designed for the hollow glass industry. Water and high power savings, with the guarantee of reliable and durable products, are the agenda when recommending Pneumofore centralized vacuum systems. The Lyon event will focus on the variable speed option for vacuum pumps that allows finetuning of the vacuum capacity and a constant vacuum level (mbar(a)) at the IS machine, no matter which mould size and type is used. Pneumofore and its local distributor GEFI welcomes you at Stand 66 to find the proper vacuum solutions for your production needs.

Glassman Europe, 12-13 May 2009

600450 Pneumofore at Glassman Europe 2009 - Preview
Date: 27 February 2009
Source: Pneumofore

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