LIVORNO, September 11, 2023— Hallite is pleased to announce its exhibition at the 9th edition of GIS – the lifting, industrial, and port handling and heavy transport show. GIS is one of the biggest European events and the only Italian exhibition dedicated to the users of cranes, mobile cranes, aerial work platforms, telehandlers, forklift trucks, overhead traveling cranes, port and industrial handling equipment, and heavy transport vehicles. The event will be held at the Piacenza Expo from October 5-7.

From PAD.2 P12, Hallite’s Italian team will talk to visitors about sealing solutions and products used in the cranes, forklifts, telehandlers, and other industrial handling applications featured at the exhibition. Popular products, such as the Hallite 605 and 621 rod seal, 730 double acting piston seal, and wipers 860, 862, and 864 will be showcased alongside two new innovative Hallite products developed to address the industry’s growing need for the highest quality sealing solutions designed to reduce environmental impact without compromising performance.

  • 683 rod seal – an asymmetric single lipped rod seal designed with precision trimmed sealing lips to provide a dry sealing solution in light and medium-duty applications.
  • 565 bearing – a new range of bearings providing outstanding performance across a range of fluid power applications and duty.

“We are excited to return to GIS to show attendees our vast portfolio of product options for their standard and not-so-standard industrial equipment applications,” said Stefano Santalena, managing director for Hallite ITALIA SRL. “As sealing specialists, we have years of experience helping customers find the right solutions that help their machines and equipment work most efficiently. This exhibition gives us the perfect opportunity to interact with the OEMs, cylinder builders, and cylinder repair shops who have come to trust and rely on our hydraulic sealing capabilities.”

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