Bristol-Based Hall Composites Joins Largest-Ever U.S. Business Delegation to 2016 Hannover-Messe
HALL COMPOSITES today announced it is part of the largest-ever U.S. delegation to Hannover Messe, the world’s foremost trade fair for industrial technology, taking place April 25-29, in Hannover, Germany. For the first time in the Fair’s history, the United States will be the Partner Country, a status that provides the more than 390 businesses and organizations in the U.S. delegation an unprecedented opportunity to be prominently featured throughout the event. President Obama will also participate in this year’s event, themed "Integrated Industry-Discover Solutions."
Hall Composites will exhibit in Hall 06, Stand 46 at the show.
“The U.S. business community and the Department of Commerce have a clear message for the world: the United States is open for business. We will demonstrate and deliver on that message at the 2016 Hannover Messe,” said U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker. “We are proud to have some of America’s most innovative and forward-thinking companies joining the U.S. delegation at this year’s fair.”
Hall Composites is a manufacturer of high precision carbon fibre products. Our international group serves clients in various industries like aerospace, defence, automation, leisure. The application of carbon fibre in the automation industry offers great potential for our clients to improve performance and precision of their machines.
Tim Hall, Global Business Development Manager, said “We see great potential for our light weight technologies in the European market. Our international set up allows us to be close to the clients and yet provide the support of a global group.”
Hannover Messe typically hosts more than 200,000 attendees from more than 70 countries, including global investors, buyers, distributors, resellers and government officials.
Hall Composites is headquartered in Bristol, RI (US) with sister companies in The Netherlands and New Zealand.
Burgmetal located in the Dutch town called Waterlandkerkje has developed
together with DMS Holland a dynamic stabilizing system for powerboats based on
describes how the rotation of an object through a media influences its own
movement, i.e. the spinning effect of a ball in flight changes its direction.
stabilizing system consists of two rotating tubes mounted under a powerboat. On the port and starboard sides there are two vertical mounted axles. Perpendicular to
these two axles there are two horizontal axles with fast spinning tubes - these
rotating tubes assist in stabilizing the boat. The horizontal fast spinning
tubes are manufactured by Hall Composites in Breskens, The Netherlands.
powerboat starts to roll by waves from other boats or the wind, the dynamic
system starts its control function. The two vertical axles are rotated so the
horizontal tubes are perpendicular to the direction of transit. A system of
sensors and control equipment causes the two horizontal spinning tubes to rotate
in a controlled fashion, either left or right independent of each other. The
rotating tube on port can spin clockwise, while in the distance to the next wave
it can spin counter clockwise. Meanwhile, the starboard rotating tube can
perform completely different movements. Due to the fast changing rotational
movement, a force from the Magnus-effect is created, counteracting the rolling
movement of the boat. In calm water the vertical axles will rotate the spinning
tubes in their return position in the length of the boat or direction of
travel, minimizing the resistance of drag.
The horizontal fast
spinning tubes are constructed from an inner and outer tube. The inner tube has
a conical part at the center for mounting to the hydraulic powered driving
shaft. The inner tube is bonded to the outer shaft; this has a metal ring for
connecting a cover lid. Learn more here: