Grinding on to success at MACH

Bristle brushes on the Tyrolit stand at MACH
Bristle brushes on the Tyrolit stand at MACH

Abrasive and grinding expert Tyrolit says it had a very busy and successful week exhibiting at MACH 2022, with over 300 enquiries to the stand across the week.

Showcasing over 120 individual products on its stand, Tyrolit exhibited the latest range of new and innovative products and services. With specific areas for industries such as medical, automotive, aerospace, tooling and gearing – providing visitors with extensive insight into the dedicated areas of expertise.

The modular assistance system ToolScope was also demonstrated live on the stand, with an interactive display, introducing visitors to the digitalisation of grinding technology and proving of great interest to those looking for a comprehensive system solution.

In addition to displaying the latest in grinding and abrasive technology, Tyrolit launched its new capability in surface conditioning with its sunburst bristle brushes whilst at MACH.

Now being able to offer a large range of non-woven surface conditioning products, following the acquisition of Italian abrasives manufacturer Bibielle, Tyrolit is able to provide customers with a complete solution. Interest in the new bristle brushes at the show soared. With an extremely limited number of other suppliers for such products on the market it has been an exciting time for the business.

As a world leading manufacturer of grinding and dressing tools, Tyrolit says the MACH show provided the perfect opportunity to demonstrate the company as an ideal abrasives partner for multiple industries.

Tyrolit offers tailored grinding solutions for a varied range of applications and a comprehensive assortment of standard tools for customers all over the world. The family-owned company based in Schwaz, Austria, combines the dynamic strengths of the Swarovski Group with over a hundred years of commercial and technological experience.

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www.tyrolit.co.uk

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