SEPTEMBER 12-14, 2017
NOVI, MICHIGAN, USA
Why attend Critical Power Expo

  • Visit 100 exhibits of Critical Power Technology
  • Hear from 45+ technical experts
  • Network with over 2,000+ attendees
  • Gain new ideas and watch your competitors

Free-to-attend Conference

Buyers Forum @ Critical Power Expo is a first for the industry – a free-to attend, three-day program of case-studies, presentations and discussions dedicated to helping end users, engineers and OEM’s make the best power system purchase and specifying decisions for critical applications.

LATEST NEWS

White Paper: Friction Welding and Bi-metallics

One of the key differentiators between friction welding and other welding techniques is the ability to join dissimilar metals or two different materials that may be impossible to join by other techniques. Doing so is a cost-effective way of getting the benefits from both materials. Read More | Sep 08, 2016

Manufacturing Technology Inc (MTI) completes purchase of 127,000ft2 building

Manufacturing Technology Inc (MTI) has finalized the purchase of a 127,000ft2 building on Sheridan Avenue in South Bend. The new facility will more than double the size of the company’s growing Manufacturing Services division, which designs, develops and produces friction-welded parts for the aerospace, automotive and medical device industries. Read More | Sep 05, 2016

Free On-Demand Webinar: Key Trends in the Design and Operation of Power Systems for Mission-Critical Environments

As digitization of global business and services accelerates and emerging technologies proliferate, new considerations need to be taken into account in the design, build and operation of mission-critical facilities and the power systems that underpin them. Read More | Sep 05, 2016

Conference Insights: Assessing Alternatives to Lead-Acid Batteries

Mark your diary and make sure you don’t miss one of the key sessions already announced for our free-to-attend Buyers Forum @ Critical Power Expo. On the afternoon of Day 1 (Tuesday, September 13), there will be a line-up of half a dozen time-served industry executives talking on the theme of ‘Challenging the Battery Bias: Evaluating Chemical vs. Mechanical UPS Solutions’. Read More | Sep 05, 2016

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