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14. December 2005:

2005: Application engineering report „Cleaning and Lubrication of Welding Wire“

Non-metallic impurities affect the weldability and feedability of welding wires. For smooth welding of high-alloy welding wires, a dead surface without drawing residuals have been proven beneficial. To achieve this, the wire...more

15. June 2005:

2005: Application Engineering Reports:

Surface treatment of silver-plated wire:Loose metal particles and drawing residuals on silver-plated wire, e. g. for medical applications, cause problems during following production steps. Using a Helicord device NB55 and a dry...more

08. February 2002:

2002: International trade fair „Wire“ in Duesseldorf, April 8th to 12th

The main topic of our booth was the introduction of computer-aided process data documentation for our lubricating system Helilub.more

10. February 1999:

1999: Internal memo concerning the VOC directive 1999/13/EC and its effects on lubricating magnet wire

In annex IIA of the VOC directive 1999/13/EC, which is valid in all countries of the European Community, the legal emission of volatile organic compounds resulting from the production of winding wire is limited to 5, respectively...more

10. February 1998:

International trade fair „Wire“ in Duesseldorf, April 20th to 24th, 1998:

The main focus was set on the introduction of Helilubricators for cold and fine wire.more

10. February 1997:

Electrical Insulation Conference Sep. 22nd to 25th, 1997:

Presentation „Magnet Wire Lubrication“more

08. February 1995:

Hannover Messe 1995

The main topic of the conjoint booth of Schramm Coatings GmbH and Boockmann GmbH was teh presentation of a completely enclosed impregnation plant with inside manipulators, and post combustion and energy recovery integrated in the...more

10. February 1994:

1994: European patent no. 0499775 was granted

„Verfahren und Vorrichtung zum Gleitfähigmachen eines Drahtes“ (Solvent-free lubrication of magnet wire)more

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