NORMA Group fuel transport systems reduce weight of new motorcycle model
The motorcycle from the Italian manufacturer has greatly reduced trim. The total weight of the motorcycle has thus been reduced to only about 180 kilograms with a displacement of 1,200 cubic cm and about 150 hp. The weight-reduced NORMA Group transport tube systems also contribute to this.
“The trend is increasingly moving towards lighter internal components in motorcycles as well as motor vehicles and this also applies for joining products,” says Werner Deggim, CEO of NORMA Group. “After all, less weight puts more power on the road and at the same time decreases energy consumption and emissions.”
NORMA Group Fuel Transport Tube Systems (FTS) are made of a weight-reduced material. The tube systems are ready for installation and known for their quick and easy installation. The systems are suited to be used with the NORMA Group Quick Connectors.
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NORMA Group SE
NORMA Group is a global market leader in engineered joining technology. The company manufactures a wide range of innovative connecting solutions and water management technology offering more than 35,000 products to customers in 100 countries with around 6,500 employees. NORMA Group helps its customers and business partners to react to global challenges such as climate change and increasing scarcity of resources. NORMA Group joining products can be found in vehicles and trains, ships and aircraft, buildings and water management as well as in applications for the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. The company generated sales of around EUR 890 million in 2015. NORMA Group operates a global network of 22 production facilities as well as numerous sales and distribution sites across Europe, the Americas, and Asia-Pacific. NORMA Group has its headquarters in Maintal, Germany. NORMA Group SE is listed on the German stock exchange (Prime Standard) and included in the MDAX index.