Elesa at MACH Exhibition, Birmingham

Its range of standard machine elements will be on display at the 2018 MACH Exhibition, taking place on 9th – 13th April at NEC Birmingham

  • March 5, 2018
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  • Elesa at MACH Exhibition, Birmingham
    Elesa at MACH Exhibition, Birmingham

The extensive Elesa range of standard machine elements is designed around the needs of manufacturing in all industry sectors, many of which will be on display at the 2018 MACH Exhibition, taking place on 9th – 13th April at NEC Birmingham.

Digital position indicators

Featured on the Elesa stand – Hall 6, No. 72 - will be their IP65-7 direct dial digital position indicators with electronic mechanism for easy set up and readout. These are coupled with the Elesa wireless spindle positioning system which enables faster and more reliable machine set up by use of a wireless connected profile controller, which displays the initial set up values on each of up to 36 electronic position indicators. The operator can simply choose the appropriate menu then quickly re-set each spindle to its correct start position and the machine is “good to go”. This saves time and takes out much of the possibility of human error.

Applications

The Elesa LMHD hygienic levelling feet (EHEDG certified) for use in bio-hazard areas such as food processing or other hygiene sensitive areas, feature mounting holes which provide rugged adjustable equipment mounting and facilitate reduced cleaning work – which can be up to 25% of the production time. Thus leaving more time available for production, with less use of resources such as fresh water, energy and cleaning agents, also with less waste water to process, and so lower total costs.

Industrial levelling feet complement

A wide range of industrial levelling feet complement the needs of equipment manufacturers, many are in stainless steel for heavy duty application and special designs with vibration damping pads to prolong equipment life or for use on conveyor systems.

Marta Roberti graduated in Linguistic Sciences at the Catholic University of Milan in February 2016. At the same University, she also obtained a Master in Publishing for Print and Digital Media in November 2016. Since June 2016 she is part of the editorial staff of IEN Europe and IEN Italia in TIMGlobal Media.
 

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