Tokyo, Japan, June 17, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- During the event, representatives from Bal Seal’s Japanese and European sales offices are meeting with OEMs and engineers to demonstrate how Canted-coil™ spring technology can be applied to enhance the performance of steering, drivetrain, suspension, lighting, power management and other automotive equipment. New application examples that illustrate Bal Seal’s ability to help engineers “push the technology envelope” are also being displayed, the company says.
“We’re exhibiting at this (Automotive-NEXT) event for the first time in 2011, because we feel this is a very exciting and changeable time in the automotive industry,” Bal Seal Territory Manager Kazuyuki Yoshida explains. “New hybrid technology is at the forefront, and the driving public is demanding huge leaps in performance and fuel economy. Now, more than ever, manufacturers and tier suppliers need products and partners to help them advance technology. That’s what we do best.”
The Bal Seal exhibit, located in booth A-021 at the “Tokyo Big Sight,” features samples of Canted-coil™ spring elements in a variety of sizes and surface finishes. The company’s Bal Seal™ spring-energized seals, machined from PTFE and other premium polymers, are also being demonstrated in the exhibit.
About Bal Seal Engineering, Inc.
Bal Seal Engineering, Inc. is a global provider of custom-engineered sealing, connecting, conducting and shielding solutions for industry worldwide. The company’s products employ unique Canted-coil™ spring technology for enhanced performance and reliability. For the latest news and information about Bal Seal, visit http://mediaroom.balseal.com or call 800.366.1006.
The Automotive-NEXT fair, held June 15th-17th, 2011 at Tokyo’s International Exhibition Center (“Tokyo Big Sight”), is an exclusive event for companies involved in auto parts manufacturing and other related areas. It is the premier meeting place for exhibitors and visitors to learn about the latest developments in manufacturing, design and support systems, materials, test/inspection/ measurement, automated lines, electronic devices, surface treatments and more. Additional information can be found at http://www.nikkan.co.jp/eve/smart/english/index.html.