What business information is key for the cable industry? The remaining cable length on a drum at the end of the site is a real KPI of the state of progress of the site allowing, among other
1) Presented by: Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) www.bmwi.de 2) in Cooperation with: AUMA_Association of the German Trade Fair Industry www.auma-messen.de 3) organized by:
Wire diameter 0.20mm - 9.00mm Product range from 0.20 mm to 9.00 mm in wire diameter Material cross-sections: round, rectangular, square, round plane Materials: patented cold-drawn, unalloyed spring
Product range: 0.20mm - 9.00mm in wire diameter Materials: patented cold-drawn, unalloyed spring steel wire complying with DIN EN 10270-1 Oil-tempered spring steel wire complying with DIN EN 10270-2
The copper serves as a barrier and carrier layer for further electroplating. It also aids drawing in the case of special alloys.
Seamless integration into your existing website via simple snippet integration Customers quickly and easily find the best products to meet their requirements Acceleration of the sales process e.g.
Your competent partner for extra-fine wires from Thuringia / Germany; specialized in - Development and production of extra-fine wires - Consulting & service for product design Through a worldwide
Flexible inline multi-element analyzer For elemental analysis in a process line or in a volume stream, FiberLIBS inline is particularly suitable, whether in the analysis of liquid metal or in the
Fast.Precise.Robust. element analysis in the lab Especially for applications on the production line and in the laboratory, we have developed the FiberLIBS Lab series. This equipment allows you to
Wahlmann-Bürsten Heinrich Wahlmann GmbH manufactures high-quality fine iron and steel wire for the international market. The production takes place exclusively using wet drawing – a lengthy process,
Due to its years of experience, FoxBase is a welcome addition to many events and regularly speaks on topics such as "Digitization B2B Sales" and "Cooperation between Startups and
Page 1 of 4