World of Concrete, taking place January 22-25 with seminars January 21-25, at the Las Vegas Convention Center, is an annual international event dedicated to the commercial concrete and masonry construction industries. While mostly geared towards the use and preparation of concrete, equipment and component technologies are highlighted for use in developing and employing these products.
The event will feature new products, the latest equipment, cutting-edge technologies, spectator events and competitions, and more than 150 educational sessions including luncheons, interactive workshops, and hands-on training.
Several fluid power manufacturers will highlight their technologies at this event, including developers of hydraulics and compressed air components. Attendees can learn more from the following:
Key to note will be:
Maradyne Fluid Power Group will be showcasing its:
- Hydraulic and filtration products including filter assemblies, hydraulic reservoirs and all tank accessories as well as electronic monitoring devices. Private labeling is available and with the recent addition of pumps, Maradyne offers all products found on an everyday hydraulic circuit.
- Pow-R-Quik Starters — industrial air and hydraulic starters
HBC-radiomatic is celebrating 20 years since the U.S. subsidiary of the German radio remote controls manufacturer was incorporated in Ohio in the spring of 1998. HBC-radiomatic, Inc. was initially established to broaden the support network of the group’s international customers and originally operated from a small facility in Blue Ash, Ohio. As the company quickly experienced broader demand for local resources, in 2008, HBC-radiomatic started construction on its purpose-built facility near to the Cincinnati / Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG). Since then, the organization has continued to invest in advanced production and testing equipment, implemented efficient and quality-driven processes, and has significantly increased the team of support, service, and local production personnel.
In 2018, the company planned that more than 85% of the systems sold in North America would be built in Hebron, Ky. and the in-process facilities expansion will only serve to increase that rate of domestic final assembly.
HBC-radiomatic controls are now being used in a myriad of industries, including mining, manufacturing, oil and gas, entertainment, utilities, construction, agriculture, transportation, and logistics, among others.
BVA Hydraulics will be highlighting its high-pressure hydraulic cylinders and pumps.
MTS Sensors will be highlighting its sensing and testing products, which enable precise control of forces and motions as well as real-time feedback that optimizes performance.
World of Concrete
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