“Dueblin’s portfolio of products enables us to find a solution for a variety of customer application needs. Steve Orlando, Vice President of Sales & Marketing said.
New Hudson, MI (PRWEB) January 11, 2021
Exotic Automation & Supply, a premier motion & control supplier, announced today they are now an authorized supplier for DEUBLIN rotating unions. The agreement allows Exotic to add DEUBLIN rotating unions and slip rings to their extensive product offering.
Developed in 1945, DEUBLIN Rotating Unions are at the cutting edge of technology today. DEUBLIN rotating unions can transfer fluids such as water, thermal oil, hydraulic oil, air, vacuum, and coolant. More than 1,500 standard models & thousands of custom solutions are available.
“When searching for a distributor, we looked for a company who is well-known in the industry, knowledgeable and eager to help their customers.” Greg Schatko, DEUBLIN’s District Manager said. “Exotic was our preferred partner. I’m confident together we can help many customers find the right solution for their application.”
DEUBLIN is also known for their slip rings, which offer a wide variety of custom solutions to transfer power, data, signal, or a combination for the most demanding applications.
“Dueblin’s portfolio of products enables us to find a solution for a variety of customer application needs. Steve Orlando, Vice President of Sales & Marketing said. “Our customers in the construction, machine tool, semiconductor and many other industries will benefit from the line addition.”
Additional information can be found on Exotic Automation’s website at http://www.exoticautomation.com/deublin.
About Exotic Automation & Supply: Exotic Automation & Supply was founded in 1963 and has grown to become one of Parker Hannifin’s largest distributors in the United States. Exotic’s headquarters is located in New Hudson, Michigan. The company maintains full-service centers throughout Michigan & Indiana with locations in Ann Arbor, Freeland (Saginaw), Lansing, Taylor, Flint, Indianapolis, Jackson, Livonia, Noblesville, Rochester Hills, Shelby Township as well as at the main New Hudson complex.