Axalta Coating Systems Exhibits Energy Solutions Products at CWIEME in Berlin, G
Axalta Coating Systems (NYSE: AXTA), a leading global supplier of liquid and powder coatings, will exhibit its Energy Solutions products and services at the Coil Winding Expo (CWIEME) in Berlin, Germany, from June 20 to 22, 2017 in Hall 3.2 on Stand A19.
Axalta will present the newest additions to its Energy Solutions portfolio, which are designed to provide insulation and corrosion protection for electrical conductors and components. The company will also introduce its new brand, VoltalubeTM, a new line of premium-blend wax lubricants designed to ensure excellent winding of copper and aluminum wires in electric motors, generators and transformers, and to reduce the risk of wire breaks during the production process. Voltalube is the perfect complement to Axalta’s well-established Voltatex® and Voltron® wire enamel portfolios.
“CWIEME is the leading trade event for those in the coil winding, electric motor and transformer manufacturing technologies, so it is the perfect platform for us to introduce existing and potential customers to our latest innovations and to hear more from our customers about their evolving needs,” says Michael Glomp, Vice President of Axalta’s global Energy Solutions business.
Axalta’s Energy Solutions business is the only supplier to offer a comprehensive portfolio of innovative and environmentally responsible insulating liquid coatings to the three distinct segments – wire enamels, impregnating resins and electrical steel coatings – for the protection of conductors, electric steel, transformers, generators and electric motors.
CWIEME is the world’s largest international coil winding, insulation and electrical manufacturing exhibition portfolio with events held annually around the world. Axalta has exhibited at CWIEME in Shanghai, China, in March 2017, and will attend CWIEME in Chicago, USA, between October 3 and 5, 2017.
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