Veteco 2014, Spain

The edition 2014 of VETECO, Madrid, featured the traditional presence of TUROMAS-TECNOCAT  The edition 2014 of the International Week for Efficient Construction and Renovation, SICRE 2014, comprising VETECO, the International Window, Curtain Walls and Structural Glass Trade Show, PIEDRA, the International Natural Stone Exhibition, and the new International Sustainable Construction Solutions Trade Show, which took place between 7 and 10 May, featured the traditional presence of TUROMAS-TECNOCAT, this year located in Hall 1 of IFEMA.TUROMAS-TECNOCAT in VETECO, Madrid, SpainDuring the event, TUROMAS-TECNOCAT presented advanced solutions for glass handling, storing, loading and cutting, exposing the vacuum lifting equipments VS2-GB4+4 and VR4-GB6+8, especially suitable for installation of medium to large size glasses and weights over 1000 kg.

It was also shown the Pneumatic glass lifting equipment VN2-GB4+4, led to repetitive work on the inputs and outputs of processing lines where the glass should go from vertical to horizontal and vice versa.

TUROMAS-TECNOCAT in VETECO. Vacuum lifting equipments

The product that certainly attracted the attention of visitors was lightweight and versatile glazing trolley EXPRESS, a compact fully manual equipment capable of moving up to 150 kg glasses on uneven grounds and go through narrow passages up to 600 mm.

TUROMAS-TECNOCAT in VETECO. Manual glazing trolley EXPRESS

The balance of the fair, which was visited by more tan 20,000 professionals, is very positive from the perspective of TUROMAS-TECNOCAT, who has seen consultations increased by 40% over the previous edition and has successfully initiated or closed important trade deals during the event.

600450 Veteco 2014, Spain
Date: 9 June 2014

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