We have a tradition for innovation

TROESTER, Hannover

In 1892, the engineer Paul Troester struck upon the innovative idea of building machines which could process unvulcanized rubber and gutta-percha. He thus laid the foundation for an name which is world-renowned and synonymous for technological advancement, quality and outstanding performance in the fields of rubber and plastics processing.

The essential feature of all machines and lines build by TROESTER is their superior process technology.

Highly qualified development engineers design extremely efficient machines which also have a long service life.

Customer requirements are thus optimally translated into production with maximum efficiency and quality.

Know-how resulting from experience and knowledge is your guarantee for high technology in machine construction.

Progress stemming from tradition

The latest production processes for the manufacture of cables, tires, -profiles, hoses, gaskets and conveyor belts require systems technology which has been perfected. TROESTER develops efficient machine and equipment control systems which flexibly employ the hardware components of leading manufacturers.

The availability of TROESTER equipment is ensured by qualified service and support backup. So even aht the design stage, emphasis is placed on easy serviceability by the customer's plant personnel - because only a unit which is simple to operate and maintain, works cost-effectively. Detailed and extensive training of customer personnel, support during initial operation and a comprehensive spare parts' service round off the support.

TROESTER developments will also continue to set the milestones for rubber and plastics processing in the future. In doing so, we are committed to the growing demands for quality, efficiency and environmental compatibility.

For us, this is progress stemming from tradition.

 

 

TROESTER Engagement

TROESTER supports

TROESTER exhibits

Visit us in
Hannover / Germany:
Booth-No. 7036, Hall 21

 

Visit us in
Düsseldorf / Germany:
Booth-No. 10F60, Hall 10