Ferrotec GmbH , a company that is present all over Europe, has specialized in innovative components for vacuum and thin-film technologies. In addition to our own products we also distribute products manufactured within the Ferrotec group and products made by another American manufacturer.
FERROTEC has a worldwide reputation for being at the leading edge of all technologies based on magnetic fluids. Major applications are FERROFLUIDIC® sealing technology and FERROSOUND audio applications. Competent customer service and extensive support by our highly qualified staff for all distributed products have been our primary goal for more than 20 years. The global presence of FERROTEC supports our customers throughout the world. In Europe a dense network of subsidiaries, sales offices and distributors guarantees a close contact to our customers.
Ferrotec GmbH is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001. This emphasizes our high standards to develop, to manufacture and to distribute high-quality products that meet our customers demands to the utmost extend.
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