Schleifring und Apparatebau - Electrical rotary joints and slip ring units

As market leader, Schleifring und Apparatebau, meets the complex and demanding requirements for sophisticated electrical rotary joints and slip ring units throughout the world. For nearly forty years now, the SCHLEIFRING GmbH is synonymous with unique, proven and utterly reliable transmission technology.

More than 3,000 customers rely on SCHLEIFRING solutions. The mostly individually customized slip ring systems are made for specialists in complex technical products for the aerospace, energy and automation industries as well as the medical sector. In virtually all high-tech industries the cutting edge slip ring solutions successfully provide the rotating interface behind the process. The outstanding quality of precision products in medical technology is proven, and our products lead the field in ground, maritime, aerial and space surveillance. SCHLEIFRING maintains a global network of sales and service establishments, to make sure there is a contact partner close to each customer in over fifty countries throughout the world.

Schleifring und Apparatebau is a medium-sized company with 550 employees and has production as well as sales and service facilities in Fuerstenfeldbruck and Kaufbeuren (Germany), Newbury (UK), Elgin, IL (USA) and Beijing (China).

 

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Schleifring und Apparatebau
Am Hardtanger 10 82256
Fürstenfeldbruck
Germany
Tel: + 49 8141 403-0
Fax: + 49 8141 403-45
Email: [email protected]
URL: www.schleifring.de

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