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Curtiss-Wright to showcase wide-ranging construction vehicle solutions at INTERMAT 2015

Curtiss-Wright Corporation (NYSE: CW) has announced that it will be attending INTERMAT 2015 – the international exhibition for machinery, materials and equipment – to promote products from all its Industrial division brands including Arens Controls, Penny & Giles, PG Drives Technology and Williams Controls.

Commenting for Curtiss-Wright, Senior Vice President & General Manager of the Industrial division, Kevin Rayment says: “This is one of the few industry trade shows where all four brands will be exhibited together, with products from the division’s diverse portfolio being suitable for a wide range of applications from on/off-highway commercial vehicles, to powered access platforms, pallet trucks and floor care machines.”

The Arens Controls products will include by-wire shift selectors for automatic and automated manual transmissions for on-highway vehicles including trucks and buses; and off-highway mechatronic controls including multiple-function operator consoles and hydrostatic lever controls. Key sectors include hybrid vehicle power management systems such as traction inverters, DC/DC converters, DC/AC inverters and power distribution modules.

Penny & Giles branded products will include a range of finger- and hand-operated, multi-axis joystick controllers and handle options; linear and rotary positions sensors, tilt sensors and solenoid actuators.

Products from the PG Drives Technology brand will comprise AC, AC/DC and permanent magnet motor controllers, ideal for small industrial vehicle applications including small materials handling devices. Also on show will be an integrated, multi-module aerial work control system that controls a platform’s entire functionality including variable lift, lower and traction.

Finally, the market leading Williams Controls brand will be represented by a range of floor, narrow, suspended, LCV, EM and rocker pedals; with complementary systems include lever-operated and rotary electronic hand controls and a range of standard and customizable heavy-duty industrial joystick controllers.

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