MagnaDrive Exhibits at EnerCon China-Nov 2014

MagnaDrive Exhibits at EnerCon China 2014

WOODINVILLE, Washington, 11/18/14 – MagnaDrive will be exhibiting product at
EnerCon China, November 27-29, 2014.

Located in Beijing and comprising over 200,000 sq. ft. EnerCon China represents one of
the fastest growing international trade fairs dedicated exclusively to energy conservation
and environmental protection. EnerCon provides a unique forum for both manufacturers
and service providers dedicated to delivering energy conscious solutions for the Asian
industrial marketplace.

“We’re excited to have this unique opportunity to present MagnaDrive’s extensive range
of energy conservation products” said Paul Humphreys, VP Sales & Marketing, “we’ll be
exhibiting the latest innovations in our drive and coupling product lines, all geared
toward reducing energy consumption for our industrial customer base.”

MagnaDrive products work well within the unique power generation and transmission
characteristics presented by the Asian marketplace. Humphreys added, “Our ability to
offer highly cost-effective industrial process control, together with minimizing harmful
vibrations, is positioning MagnaDrive to become a preferred choice for industrial
coupling and drive solutions.”

About MagnaDrive Corporation
Founded in 1999, in Seattle Washington MagnaDrive’s groundbreaking magnetic torquetransfer
couplings and drive technology provide highly effective means of protecting and
controlling critical equipment and processes for a range of industrial and commercial
applications. Beyond the mechanical benefits of MagnaDrive’s technology, it also has the
ability to achieve significant energy savings. MagnaDrive serves many markets, around
the world including power generation, mining, oil and gas, maritime, the U.S. Navy,
water and wastewater, HVAC, and general manufacturing.

For more information, visit the company’s Web site at or contact
Paul Humphreys at (425) 463-4792 or


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