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J D Neuhaus to Showcase Handling Innovations at LogiMAT 2017

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J D Neuhaus (JDN) will use the forthcoming LogiMAT exhibition (Stuttgart, Germany, 14-16 March) to present visitors with examples from its extensive range of materials handling equipment.

Among the highlights on stand 9C51 in hall 9 will be a light crane system, being shown for the first time, along with a Mini 250 hoist. A team of JDN experts will be on hand to discuss any specific questions from visitors regarding their materials handling requirements.

Whether in a foundry, during liqueur production, or in the automotive or chemical industries, hoists, cranes and conveying system solutions from J D Neuhaus literally bear the load for all applications.

With both pneumatic and hydraulic series lifting equipment together with crane systems, JDN covers a large number of tasks. Moreover, J D Neuhaus offers system solutions for many branches of craft as well as industry. JDN places particular importance on the total cost of ownership (TCO), with JDN hoists and system solutions providing optimal versatility, lowest lifecycle costs, shortest possible service times and maximum safety at the highest possible levels of efficiency.

Their versatility is evident both in the standard series product range with comprehensive accessories, and in the special solutions designed specifically for the widest range of applications. Products with nickel-plated surfaces, for example, are available for the foodstuffs and drinks industries. Specialised hoists for use at temperatures down to -45°C or at water depths to 100metres below sea level are also available.

As the only manufacturer worldwide, J D Neuhaus supplies pneumatic hoists which can be swivelled through 30 degrees at both sides in the direction of travel as well as directly in the line of travel. Also available are hoists with a carrying capacity of 25t that conform to a minimal headroom of only 470mm. Radio remote controls are also available for operating the products that are suitable for use in explosion-hazardous areas.

A low maintenance requirement is the main contributing factor towards lowest lifecycle costs of JDN products. The shortest possible service times also ensure a minimum of downtime while the ‘air consumption per metre lift’ parameters illustrate how efficiently these pneumatic products operate. With regard to safety, JDN has, in response to country and industry-specific requirements developed an additional anti-drop device for the mini-series air hoists, which is the subject of a patent application.

In addition to the standard crane range, custom cranes are a speciality, whether for use on drilling rigs or for the performance of conveying tasks below deck. The extremely low headroom of these ‘under-deck cranes’ is also exploited in industries where seagoing vessels have minimal room heights available. On cranes of this type, the load can be raised almost to the bottom edge of the girder on which the hoist travels.

Light crane systems with pneumatic hoists are also new additions to the JDN product range. These provide individual solutions for almost any workshop and impress with their great robustness, smooth running and easy handling.

JDN Service completes the range of offerings, from installation and commissioning of a system through to maintenance and general overhaul. To ensure optimal parts supply, the JDN team has also created spare-part and general-overhaul kits that make it significantly easier for customers to order spare parts. Training courses round off the JDN service offerings and the JDN Service is complemented by project and engineering facilities, which include the entire project management for client systems.

If you would like to find out more about the products and services from J D Neuhaus, visit them in Hall 9, stand 9C51 at LogiMAT 2017. The JDN team would be pleased to provide you with information.

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