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  1. J.D. Neuhaus
3 March 2011

JDN Introduces Air Hoists and Announces CeMAT 2011

Strong and powerful: the new JDN air hoists Profi (25 TI up to 50 TI) now include the latest brake motor generation and further interesting innovations. Your advantages:

  • 25% less air consumption
  • Less construction parts, less maintenance
  • Modern design without protruding parts, making it applicable for horizontal pulling
  • Oil free operation
  • Reduced noise level
  • Air pressure: 4bar or 6bar
  • Optional with hydraulic drive
  • Carrying capacities: 25t, 37.5t, 50t

JDN exhibits at CeMAT 2011

CeMAT, the world’s leading intralogistics exhibition, is being held in Hannover on 2-6 May. With over 130m² of stand space, JDN will present hoists suitable for the most exhausting of tasks – fighting the freezing cold of Siberia, the ocean depths or on drilling rigs on the open sea.

For all those extreme situations, we have developed the right JDN hoists to suit the task. Hoists for standard applications will also be exhibited, for use in areas such as the ship-building, chemical or food industries.

These are just some of the reasons why you should come along and visit us in hall 12, stand no. E58. We look forward to seeing you.

When Johann Diederich Neuhaus built his first wooden shaft winch in 1745, he presumably had no idea how decisive it would later become for the...
At its Witten location, J.D. Neuhaus, with 150 employees, produces hoists and crane systems which are mainly driven by compressed air.
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