If you’re going to manufacture like a Bosch, you need the Bosh Rexroth technology. But what does Bosch have to do with Rexroth?
Georg Ludwig Rexroth began operating a water-powered hammer mill in 1795. This developed into an iron foundry over the next century. Then an engineering firm. They became known for their hydraulic pumps. Wanting to add electric drive and control to their capacity, Rexroth acquired Indramat, and then merged with Mannessman, which merged with Robert Bosch.
The result is Bosch Rexroth, and with Rexroth drive and control systems, you can certainly manufacture like a Bosch.
After more than two centuries in business, some name changes are understandable. But it can also be confusing. When a machine stops working after a long life of perfect performance, you may have to follow the cable back to the cabinet. When you open the cabinet and find a component emblazoned with the mystic words “Rexroth Indramat” or even just “Indramat,” you might not be sure what to do next.
Luckily, you found your way here. We are Rexroth specialists, all the way back to the Indramat and Rexroth Indramat legacy parts.
That means that we can offer service and support for your Rexroth electric drive and control systems, whether they are old or new.
When we say service, we mean it. Often, we can help troubleshoot your problem over the phone. If not, we can provide fast, efficient factory repair. Your component returns from the factory with a new warranty, fully repaired with original parts and specs.
Reman is even better. All wearing parts are replaced, housings are relaquered, and once again you receive a new warranty.
In either case, your component comes back to you as good as new — or better. You can rely on us to get your facility back up and running fast.