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products With a future
Contact
Sonja Wiedmann
Phone: +49 7231 6072 1381
Fax: +49 7231 6072 51381
KLEINER GmbH Pressing Technique has devel-
oped and produced tools and stamped parts for
the automobile, plastics, electrical, medical en-
gineering and electronic industries for more than
25 years. The company’s research and develop-
ment department got involved in the area of
electric mobility and regenerative energy from
its beginning. For example, KLEINER developed
solutions for high-current contacting in photo-
voltaic systems and in hybrid and electric vehi-
cles, which have been put into mass production.
When bus bars are produced for electric vehicles
(thick copper parts for the high currents apparent
in electric vehicles), it is important that these can
be assembled effectively. That means that care
must be taken when designing them so that they
take up as little space as possible. Another
development in the context of electric mobility is
assembly groups using a specific film technology.
This film technology is very special, as it com-
bines three functions in one system: mechanical
fixation, electric insulation and thermal con-
duction. In addition to stabilising the assembly
group, it saves costs by eliminating the need to
purchase additional parts.
In the meantime, electric mobility has found its
way into the company fleet too. For some months
now, KLEINER GmbH is the proud owner of an
Opel Ampera which is being used by employees
for business trips and test drives.
KLEINER thinks solutions
KLEINER GmbH
Pressing Technique
Göppinger Strasse 2–4
75179 Pforzheim, Germany
Year of establishment:
1985
Employees:
approx. 280 (2012)
Turnover:
EUR 42 million (2011/2012)
6.56
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