Zinc die casting prize
from the Zinc Initiative
Once again this year, the Zinc Initiative is giving out its coveted Zinc die casting prize. Föhl is receiving the award in the “Electrical & mechanical engineering” category for its component “W3 housing for low-voltage bevel gears”.
The Zinc die casting prize is normally given out by the Zinc Initiative during the EUROGUSS trade fair. However, since the event has been delayed until the summer due to the coronavirus pandemic, Föhl will be receiving the prize at its own company facilities, in compliance with current coronavirus-related restrictions. Robert Kristo (Head of Sales) is particularly excited about this award from the professional jury: “The Zinc die casting prize is always something special, since it is given out by renowned experts in the industry. We are very proud to be receiving it for our housing for low-voltage bevel gears.”
Photograph from left to right: Daniel Seufer (Designer at Föhl) / Thomas Herper (Technical Sales & Business Development , Föhl) / Roland Denefleh (Department Manager of Gear Development, SEW-EURODRIVE) / Robert Kristo (Head of Sales & Business Development, Föhl / Frank Neumann (ZINC Initiative)
Part receiving the award for multi-part gearboxes for 24-48 volt motors