All renowned vehicle and system manufacturers in the On-Highway and Off-Highway sectors of the automotive industry (trucks, buses, construction machines, agricultural machinery, rolling stock) are Witzenmann customers. Witzenmann offers solutions that perceptibly improve the service life, operating efficiency and comfort of vehicles in highly diverse sectors.
Our wide product range encompassing flexible metal hoses, expansion joints, metal bellows and range of pipe supports makes Witzenmann a sought after partner in the area of plant engineering, pipeline construction, instrument and mechanical engineering, energy generation and many other niche markets.
HYDRA flexible metal hoses, metal bellows and expansion joints are approved worldwide for water and gas applications. As a series supplier, Witzenmann is the engineering partner for OEMs in the field of technical building equipment.
We also have a wide range of flat ducts and accessories for residential building ventilation
In the aerospace industry, the requirements for flexible pipe elements, technologies and processes are extremely high. Witzenmann offers a wide range of flexible metal hoses, diaphragm bellows, expansion joints and pipe systems for this.
Witzenmann offers the most extensive product range of flexible metal hoses, expansion joints, metal bellows, pipe supports and automotive components in the world.
In addition to our standard model ranges, we develop and manufacture solutions tailored to the individual requirements of many different sectors and applications, from piece production through to mass production.
The quality policy of Witzenmann GmbH underlines the self-explanatory nature and integrity of our quality management system. The goals of our quality strategy are the optimisation of internal processes in production, development and management. Further goals are the reduction of quality costs and zero-fault quality for our products.
Far-reaching global changes, such as increasing climate awareness, steady growth in urban regions, the associated energy and mobility transition, the upswing in Asia and digitalization as well as increasing protectionism and trade sanctions have left clearly visible traces in the development of the global economy in 2019.