Dynetics newsletter April 2022

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Launch of new website:

In the past year we have been updating our website, and although it is still a work in progress we are very proud to introduce our new, updated and extended website containing our products and technologies.
www.dynetics.eu

PCIM Fair 10-12-05-2022
PCIM in Nuremberg will take place this year from 10 – 12 May 2022 in Nuremberg, Germany!
The PCIM Europe is the world's leading exhibition and conference for power electronics, intelligent motion, renewable energy, and energy management.
This is the place where representatives from the fields of research and industry come together, where trends and developments are presented to the public for the first time, and where the entire value chain is covered – all the way from components to intelligent systems.
Dynetics will be present in Hall 9, booth 132, and we are looking forward to meet you there!!
Should you require tickets, please send an e-Mail to sales@dynetics.eu.

But also: 

- More pressure and air flow with Nidec Servo axial fans with integrated pressure chamber  

- Linear Servo motors by Nippon Pulse

- Waterproof / ATEX fans (IP68 up)

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Stay healthy!

Dynetics team

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