SOLON, OHIO – Carlisle Brake & Friction, the global leader in severe-duty braking technology will exhibit at the 2016 bauma trade show showcasing the latest product solutions including new hydraulic actuation offerings, developed specifically in support of the company’s efforts to continue providing customers with a comprehensive brake system solution. Carlisle products are globally recognized for delivering superior, reliable and proven performance for a wide range of construction, mining and off-highway equipment applications operating in some of the world’s most demanding environments.
On display throughout the Carlisle stand, the company will feature more than 20 products including brake assemblies, brake and transmission friction and hydraulic control product solutions, specifically designed to make customers more successful. For a first-hand look, visit the Carlisle team and learn more about the latest product offerings and innovative solutions at Carlisle Stand 523, Hall A5.
“The launch of a new dual accumulator charge valve, SAHR park brake valve and brake manifold will be a prominent focus at the Carlisle exhibit and a key driver for customers at bauma 2016 who will get a first-hand look at the performance, functionality and ease-of-use these products will deliver to the overall brake system,” says Dave Anderson, Chief Engineer – Braking Systems at Carlisle Brake & Friction. “Our customers design equipment for some of the world’s harshest and most unforgiving environments, for these types of extreme applications, our latest product technologies will simplify their efforts, improve the efficiency of their machines, and increase onsite safety resulting in a more cost efficient alternative.”
Through continuous investment in hydraulic actuation technology and decades of developing some of the industry’s most innovative braking solutions, Carlisle can ensure only the highest quality brake systems and the latest technologies are made available to customers.
The 2016 bauma trade show will be held on April 11-17, 2016 in Munich and is renowned as one of the world’s leading trade fairs for construction, building material, mining machines as well as construction vehicles and equipment.