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Join us at the UK's Premier Packaging Machine Exhibition

The PPMA Show: September 29th - 1st October

PPAM Show 2015
PPMA Show, NEC, Birmingham
Whether you are looking to process food, pharmaceuticals or chemicals, for packaging or filling equipment, or a specific solution for existing machines, the PPMA Show offers you hundreds of exhibitors with one common focus - Process Packaging Machinery.
Pepperl+Fuchs will be demonstrating new technologies and solutions for a range of sensing and positioning applications. Ultrasonic technology will feature heavily as we demonstrate how new advancements in evaluation algorithms are enabling new levels of performance in application areas such as fill levels of products, packaging, fine positioning, film detection, double sheet and label detection. Also on display will be the latest range of rotary encoders including compact and magnetic technologies, industrial interfaces and ECOLAB versions. For identification and traceability examples of high speed code readers, capable of reading 1D & 2D codes in a variety of application environments will be demonstrated. RFID completes the identification offer with solutions for tooling ID and batch traceability. Our safety product display will focus on the latest safety networked solutions and highlight the ease of integration and installation, plus the scalability for small, medium and larger machines.
Finally, as you might expect, Pepperl+Fuchs will have a comprehensive compliment of photoelectric sensors including application specific units for mark detection, and IO-Link configurable units.
You can find Pepperl+Fuchs on stand number G92 and the show runs from the 29th September to the 1st October at the NEC, Birmingham.