SHOW NEWS: New premises and products for Poppe + Potthoff

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Poppe + Potthoff Maschinenbau – which provides technical systems for bursting pressure and leakage tests, impulse pressure testing, autofrettage and automated testing – has moved into new, larger premises in Nordhausen, Germany, and will introduce new products at Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2015.

Stefan Dreyer, Poppe + Potthoff Maschinenbau managing director, said, “We are now testing prototypes and serial production parts at the new facility. Through offering this service we are enabling our customers to be more flexible and are helping them to improve their products.”

New additions to the company’s portfolio include an impulse test stand for positive and negative pressure testing of automotive components, as well as a machine for testing the tightness and burst resistance of plastic components.

“The pressure regulation to 50 bar is extremely fine. The machine is also equipped with a pressure intensifier, thus fulfilling the highest current and future demands on the testing of plastic components, such as in the automotive sector,” explained Frank Baudler, head of research and development.

Automotive Testing Expo Europe 2015 takes place at Messe Stuttgart, Germany, from June 16-18. Poppe + Potthoff Maschinenbau will be exhibiting at booth 1104.

May 15, 2015 

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