It's on the road again!
The new GEMÜ roadshow is finished and operating for our customers
The exhibition room of the roadshow is housed in a containerised truck body. 12 m² of exhibition space provide concentrated expertise in a small area. Equipped with air conditioning, heating, a coffee machine and refrigerator, the roadshow ensures that its visitors enjoy a high level of comfort regardless of the weather and temperature. The large entrance area, which can also be closed with a glass door, lets a lot of light inside and gives the room a much more spacious feeling. A generously sized set of stairs provides for easy access and rounds off the interior nicely to the outside. The wall opposite the entrance is equipped with four 36" screens which show images, documentation and videos. The screens can be operated individually or as a combined widescreen presentation area. In addition, the exhibition container can easily be set down for extended deployments. A second container is currently being completed and this will allow us to operate at two sites at once in the future. An integrated external power connection also allows the roadshow to be operated independently via the towing vehicle.
During the first 12- 24 months, the roadshow will primarily be on the road throughout Germany and Europe. The towing vehicle features a fully equipped cab which leaves no wish unfulfilled for long delivery trips and deployments in remote areas. This is why our driver, Thomas Medelsky, who has been with the company since October 2009, can always arrive at your premises well rested and relaxed. Since joining he has undergone a comprehensive training programme and has taken care of the many different issues which arise with this type of vehicle. One of the courses he has completed is the Trainthe-Trainer course on exchanging shutoff diaphragms on diaphragm valves. This means he is officially authorised to instruct people in this area and he is the first point of contact for the service and maintenance staff of our customers. He is always accompanied at our customers' premises by staff from the sales department or specialist departments.
Do you want our roadshow to visit your company? Then contact your specialist advisor or contact us in Ingelfingen directly. Queries about the roadshow can be addressed to us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Technical data of the vehicle:
Permissible gross vehicle weight: 12.0 t
Vehicle length endtoend: 15.0 m
Vehicle width: 2.5 m in transport mode 5.0 m fully operational
Vehicle height: 4.0 m
Power connection: 400V / 16A
Range: 1,000 km on a full tank
Siting. Flat, paved surface
GEMÜ Gebr. Müller Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG
GEMÜ is a leading worldwide manufacturer of valves, measurement and control systems. GEMÜ supplies customers in the Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Food and Beverage industries, the Microelectronic and Chemical industries, Water supply and Effluent systems and many other sectors of Industrial plant and Machinery. GEMÜ products are used in drinking water treatment but just as well in chemical processes, extraction and processing of ores and metals, etching and polishing of silicon wafers, filling of drinks or extraction of pharmaceutical active substances. Our valves control and regulate inert, corrosive, liquid and gaseous media and steam. Today the GEMÜ Group has 6 manufacturing centres, over 19 sales subsidiaries worldwide and employs over 1.000 people. A large distributor network provides for a further suitable presence in many other countries.
Further information can be found on www.gemue.de.
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