Parker Hannifin at Rail Freight Group Conference 2016

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Parker Hannifin will showcase its motion and control technology portfolio at the Annual Rail Freight Group Conference 2016 on 20 April 2016. It will show its range of electro-pneumatic control systems designed to withstand the rigours of freight applications with Market Development Manager Dave Walker available to tell visitors more about the company’s activities and innovations.

Parker’s long experience in the rail industry, working with leading rail OEMs, tiered suppliers and refurbishment providers, has enabled it to build up a portfolio of certified, specially designed reliable technologies. These include pneumatic and electrically operated actuators, air preparation, control valves, customised control systems, electric motors, hose fittings, rail accessories plus additive manufacturing and composite solutions.

Dave Walker, Market Development Manager for Rail at Parker Hannifin said:

“As a member of the Rail Freight Group, we are proud to be involved in this year’s annual conference. Delivering growth in an evolving industry is the focus for this year’s event and modern railway vehicles,whether freight or passenger train, are expected to operate reliably and often in some of the most challenging conditions.
“Indeed, it is crucial that these machines withstand extreme temperatures and attacks from aggressive contaminants as well as enduring severe shock and vibration. Here at Parker we offer the products, technical know-how, and close customer support and supply chain capabilities to meet the global challenges of the rail industry head on”

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