Tyrolit to Show Latest Developments at Bauma
Published: 10/10, 2022
At Bauma 2022, Tyrolit will provide an overview of its comprehensive product line. The exhibition’s highlights comprise of a number of upgrades within Tyrolit’s core product range for concrete drilling and cutting, specifically core drilling and products for sawing walls, floors, and wire. The new developments range from upgraded specifications and new diameters of wall and floor saw blades to the new DDL-HH Fast Cut dry drilling bits, to the current assortment of floor saws. The WSE1621 and ATEX-certified SB wire saws will also be part of the exhibition. And in the outdoor demonstration area, Tyrolit will join Lissmac in showcasing the PC4505 Bump Grinder.
New developments for smaller drilling, cutting, and grinding jobs will also be part of Tyrolit’s exhibit. Featured products include two new angle grinders, the new DHE32 drill hammer, the HGE125 concrete grinder and the HCE125 wall chaser. Also on display will be the new DC-Cut All universal saw blades for petrol and electric grinders, the entire, revised dry cutting range as well as innovations for tile sawing. A special highlight will be the “Rescue” blade, which has been specially developed for use in rescue operations and which is now also available in large diameters.
Visitors will also get a preview of Tyrolit’s in-house product range for floor grinding, currently under development. In the future, customers will be able to choose from a wide range of coordinated products. In addition to classic floor grinders and corresponding tools, the assortment will also include chemicals, various machines for removing surfaces and coatings, special vacuum cleaners, and polishing tools. The offering at Bauma includes newly developed floor grinding machines such as the FGE515 floor grinder for floor preparation and polishing, as well as a range of new metal bond floor grinding shoes.
Another focus area at the exhibition will be new developments in digitalization. Tyrolit’s “MoveSmart” technology is a fleet management platform that can be used to intelligently plan the use or maintenance of the customer’s machinery to get the most out of the machines. The system specially generates QR codes that can be used to submit service requests and machine inspections directly, and optimizes the service area. In addition, the platform now works with GPS trackers and Bluetooth tags for locating and monitoring machine activity.