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Free Webinar Introducing Damage Tolerant Stacks and High Temperature Stacks, October 27

Press Release: September 22, 2016

At the free, online course October 27, we offer an introduction to the newest additions to Noliac’s range of piezo actuators: Damage tolerant stacks and high temperature stacks. Sign up for one of the 25 seats!

Principles, characteristics and applications

The webinar describes the principle and characteristics of the damage tolerant actuator stack, which is a unique solution for critical applications. The fuse technology of the damage tolerant stack ensures that an application will keep working and only decline gradually instead of stopping suddenly in case of a damaged ceramic element. The webinar also describes the characteristics of the high temperature actuator stack, which can operate at temperatures up to 200 °C at a high frequency. In addition, the webinar will include examples of applications for both products.

Read more about the damage tolerant stacks at http://www.noliac.com/?id=837

Read more about the high temperature stacks at http://www.noliac.com/?id=833

1 hour free piezo webinar

Noliac’s webinars are held by two experienced engineers from Noliac giving you a thorough introduction to the new products damage tolerant stacks and high temperature stacks. The webinar is live, and with the chat function you can ask questions to the presenters during the webinar.

Book your seat now!

There is a limit of 25 participants for each webinar, so sign up now at http://www.noliac.com/?id=661!

The webinar takes place October 27 at 3 pm CET. You will receive a link with all the practical information approximately 1 week before the webinar takes place.

Sign up at http://www.noliac.com/?id=661

Webinars and tutorials about piezo technology

The purpose of our piezo webinars and tutorials is to get you closer to the world of piezo. We provide insight from the basics of piezoelectricity, piezo components and different types of piezo actuators to complex piezo motors.

Go to our tutorials at http://www.noliac.com/?id=498

Sign up for our webinars at http://www.noliac.com/?id=661

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