Cudahy, Wisconsin – August 29th, 2016 – Enerpac Workholding, a worldwide manufacturer of hydraulic workholding solutions, announces its participation at this year’s International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS 2016) from September 12th-17th, located at McCormick Place in Chicago Illinois, booth W-1922. Enerpac Workholding will be highlighting its full range of clamping, monitoring, and power unit solutions, using an array of live hydraulic show displays. With these displays, visitors will have the opportunity to see Enerpac products functioning in real world type applications, including market leading products such as Enerpac’s Safe Link wireless pressure monitoring system and their Collet Lok® clamping system that uses Depressurized Holding Technology™.
“Seeing products in action is truly the best way for people to learn how and why hydraulics can improve productivity”, reports Douglas Lacina, Global Marketing and Engineering Leader for Milwaukee Cylinder. “We will have several operating displays at the show designed to educate the market on hydraulic workholding. One display directly compares manual clamping to hydraulic clamping, and is a real eye-opener for those just learning about how hydraulics can affect productivity. Our goal is certainly to help the market improve productivity.”
Enerpac Workholding will be sharing a booth with its sister businesses, Milwaukee Cylinder, a manufacturer of engineered tie rod cylinder solutions, and UniLift®, a manufacturer of industrial mechanical jack solutions. In addition, a guest company, Continental Hydraulics Inc, a manufacturer of hydraulic components, will also share the booth and will be displaying their new line of proportional valves on a live display using Milwaukee Cylinder product.
Enerpac Workholding is a leading worldwide manufacturer of hydraulic workholding solutions with production in the US, Europe, and Asia, and offering worldwide distribution and service coverage. www.enerpacwh.com . Milwaukee Cylinder, UniLift® and Enerpac Workholding are part of the Enerpac and Actuant family of companies.