Axelius Technology

Self loading Nailer from Ahrensburg in production lines are in use worldwide. Now extends the Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG development and system of automation. Ahrensburg, October 14, 2010. With their so-called module devices in automated production lines and robot arms is the Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG world market leader.

Now, in the 100th year of its existence, the Ahrensburger company continues to expand this business segment and strengthens sales, development and sales of BeA automation technology. Customers can combine a wide range of standard components of a modular system here and receive comprehensive technical support for individual applications from BeA. With well over 10,000 module units sold, the fastening technology specialist BeA is number one for pneumatic fastening solutions in automation technology worldwide. Prefabricated house manufacturers, furniture factories, timber construction, or in packaging lines the pneumatic automation products from Ahrensburg has prevailed. In addition to highest Efficiency and reliability is the specialization in this application area.

The Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG fulfils this requirement with a modular product system, in which over 70 components for individual usage scenarios can be combined. In addition, BeA has strengthened its sales force and deploys here and in the Development Department, now a team of designers, to implement highly economical automated manufacturing systems with customers and engineering partners such as Walker, Axelius, Randek, Eftex and Melfa. A BeA application consultant cared now only global customer projects in the automation technology. As one of the first manufacturers of pneumatic Nailers, BeA relies on the use of its devices in automation technology since the 1960s. Already in 1989 appeared the first module device from Ahrensburg, specially designed for automated use. Through its construction of the block it formed the basis for a new system of modular nailing and stapling machines, that in recent years significantly was developed. Basically the compressed air drive heads in different performance classes can be in the system with various magazine solutions, as well as a variety of fastening, control, and attachments to an individual solution combined.