In conjunction with its participation in the 2012 InnoTrans International Trade Fair for Transport Technology, ITT Corporation (NYSE: ITT) will showcase its new KONI 05/06 damping solution for the rail industry.
The new series offers enhanced stiffness and reduced weight, as well as ITT’s patented Frequency Selective Damping (FSD) valves as an optional feature. This innovative technology helps provide appropriate damping forces across a range of speed and input frequencies, helping manufacturers reduce equipment wear while improving safety and passenger comfort.
“At ITT we are focused on helping our customers meet rigorous performance, safety and comfort requirements – both their own and those of their customers,” said Luca Savi, president of ITT’s Motion Technologies business. “Our new KONI damping solution is the latest addition to our full range of solutions that are engineered and customized to meet the individual performance and specification standards our customers require.”
ITT designs and manufactures a variety of highly engineered technologies for the rail industry, ranging from the newest suspension systems, hydraulic dampers and shock absorbers, to a variety of vibration isolation products and seating controls, to connectors that are used in applications such as engine diagnostics, brake controls, environmental conditioning, passenger display systems, networking and lighting controls.
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ITT is a diversified leading manufacturer of highly engineered critical components and customized technology solutions for growing industrial end-markets in energy infrastructure, electronics, aerospace and transportation. Building on its heritage of innovation, ITT partners with its customers to deliver enduring solutions to the key industries that underpin our modern way of life. Founded in 1920, ITT is headquartered in White Plains, N.Y., with employees in more than 30 countries and sales in a total of approximately 125 countries. The company generated 2011 revenues of $2.1 billion. For more information, visit