B.T. innovation

„Seven at a time …“

Bauma 2010 again was a barometer for the medium-term economic trends in the construction industry. The B.T. innovation company presented in fact seven new products to the visitors at bauma.

The first innovation came for the successful MagFly® magnets: Now, an aluminum housing encloses the new, lightweight MagFly AP magnet, however, providing strength of more than 2 tons. In total, the material modifications resulted in a weight reduction of 50 % and a 30 % increase in holding power at a reduced price. The visitors at bauma could also be surprised at the modified shuttering carrier system MultiForm. In this case steel was replaced by hardened aluminum resulting in the emergence of FlyFrame, which is able to show a weight reduction of up to 60 % depending on the height. In...

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