HANNOVER MESSE USA 2018 announces Industrial Energy Systems Special Display

  • August 10, 2018
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HANNOVER MESSE USA 2018 announces Industrial Energy Systems Special Display
HANNOVER MESSE USA 2018 announces Industrial Energy Systems Special Display

August 10, 2018Energy management is becoming more and more important to manufacturers as environmental, social and business trends intensify corporate environmental performance expectations. During HANNOVER MESSE USA 2018, the show’s organizer will feature top energy management solutions in the new Industrial Energy Systems (IES) special display area. Key industrial energy systems innovators will discuss and demonstrate how to drive energy efficiency and ensure power quality in the manufacturing facility.

“We specifically designed IES to showcase solutions that allow manufacturers to track their energy consumption and to implement the best energy management strategies for their operations,” said Adrienne Zepeda, show manager of Industrial Events at Hannover Fairs USA. “By visiting IES exhibitors this year, HANNOVER MESSE USA and IMTS attendees can preview energy reduction and renewable energy solutions to create competitive advantages,” added Zepeda.

Within the Industrial Energy Systems special display, St. Augustine, Florida-based 2G Energy will demonstrate a variety of energy efficiency solutions such as its agenitor 406, a Combined Heat & Power (CHP) system, is built to specific customer needs and designed for installation in many industrial applications and settings.

Also showcasing IES solutions, Michael Koch GmbH, a manufacturer of energy management solutions and safe brake resistors, will launch its Dynamic Storage-Manager DSM 4.0. The DSM 4.0 device allows balancing DC Links with a voltage level of up to 800 Volt DC to temporarily store superfluous energy and provide missing energy. The DSM 4.0 offers some special attributes which make it a universal solution. It is able to store energy in a variety of different storage solutions of electrolyte capacitors and double layer capacitors, as well as batteries.

Michael Koch also will demonstrate its KTS energy management systems with a peak power of over 100 kilowatts and energy levels of up to 1.8 megajoules within the IES area. The KTS systems are based on a combination of power electronics, super capacitor modules, and additional modules that are tailored to the specific application.

The company also will introduce the Safe Discharge Unit, a connectible, overload-proof resistor unit at HANNOVER MESSE USA. The Safe Discharge Unit discharges the capacities to a desired, safe voltage level within a reasonable timeframe.



HANNOVER MESSE, the industrial technology show launched 70 years ago in Hannover, and HANNOVER MESSE USA are at the forefront of showcasing innovations in the factory of the future: cobots, industrial energy systems, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Industry 4.0 and related applications such as predictive maintenance, more efficient use of raw materials, and other trends in industrial manufacturing. HANNOVER MESSE USA will be produced alongside IMTS 2018 from September 10-15 at McCormick Place in Chicago.

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