View the latest KEB technology at Hannover Messe

Hannover MesseKEB Automation KG is excited to be attending Hannover Messe again this year. The fair, billed as the world’s leading industrial show, will take place April 1st through the 5th in Hannover, Germany and will host innovators and leaders from around the globe.


During the week of the Hannover Messe tradeshow, visitors can find KEB Automation products and talk to our most knowledgeable application engineers in Hall 15, Booth B10. 

KEB_Hannover Messe 2019

Engineers will be available to discuss some of the new and upcoming technology from KEB, like a new family of application drives and a variety of new safety tools.

The F6 Application Drive is a compact, flexible VFD designed with the most up-to-date technology. It’s suitable for either asynchronous AC motors or synchronous servo-drives. There will be a variety of sizes and models available, so bring your application questions to the KEB booth and our sales engineers will be happy to walk you through the features and how they can be used to improve your system.

KEB knows our partners require a high standard of safety in their automation applications. Our latest programmable Safety PLC and Remote I/O modules comply with the requirements of IEC 61508 SIL 3 and DIN EN ISO 13849-1 Ple safety standards. The PLC and modules use EtherCAT for real-time communication and easy installation into an existing system. Make sure your automation solution meets the most stringent safety standards by checking out these new solutions with KEB.

KEB America in Shakopee, Minnesota – USA

KEB America is a wholly owned subsidiary of KEB Automation KG (formerly Karl E. Brinkmann GmbH). KEB was founded in 1972 and has 5 global production sites, 9 subsidiaries and over 1,200 employees. Today, KEB products can be found in the most demanding applications across the world and are supported from their 40+ sales and service centers.

KEB global headquarters in Barntrup, Germany

1 Response

  1. Vinicius Taques

    For us, KEB Brasil, the most interesting tool launched is the Combivis Mobile!
    It would be great if it could be used with F5 drives too… btw.

    Regards from Brazil.

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