STEINEL Normalien AG  

Winkelstrasse 7
Villingen-Schwenningen,  78056

Germany
+49 7720 6928948
http://www.steinel.com
  • Booth: D45266

Backed by over 90 years of success, the STEINEL brand stands for a family-owned company offering high-precision products and first-class services worldwide.

As a partner to the stamping and forming industry, STEINEL develops and manufactures 25,000 different products in two factories in Germany. The products range from guide units and nitrogen systems to tapping units and modular stamping tools. With its R&D department, in-house manufacturing facilities, ample know-how and experienced engineers, STEINEL is also the ideal partner for customized products and solutions.

STEINEL will once again demonstrate its products at FABTECH in Chicago in 2019. Trade fair visitors will get to see a selection of highly precise guide units, nitrogen systems and system springs. As a highlight, STEINEL is presenting a ground-breaking innovation for the first time on the American continent following its introduction at Blechexpo 2019: The patented nitrogen cylinder features integrated pressure and temperature sensors as well as wireless and cable data interfaces. This allows continuous monitoring, increase in productivity and product lifetime prediction.


 Products

  • NEW PRODUCT: SMART NITROGEN CYLINDER
    Ground-breaking STEINEL innovation: The patented nitrogen cylinder features integrated pressure and temperature sensors and wireless or cable data interface. This allows continuous monitoring, increase in productivity and product lifetime prediction....
     

  • The integrated sensor system of the first nitrogen cylinder with remaining lifetime calculation measures the pressure and temperature inside the cylinder and optionally transmits the data by wireless connection or cable to the machine controller, a PC or custom applications. The positioning of the sensor system in the base of the nitrogen cylinder offers two key advantages over external sensors: The measured data is more precise and the installation in the tool saves space.

    This data not only allows continuous limit monitoring but also displays the remaining life time. Knowing how many cycles remain with the current stroke speed and stroke length reduces standstill times and spare parts costs.

    The new product can easily replace STEINEL nitrogen cylinders in tools.

    The development of the new nitrogen cylinder, which was government-funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, has already resulted in three issued patents.

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