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Henrich Maschinenfabrik GmbH

Postfach 1362, 35723 Herborn
Rehbergring 17, 35745 Herborn
Germany
Telephone +49 2772 5060
Fax +49 2772 506196
henrich-gmbh@henrich.net

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wire 2022 hall map (Hall 9): stand B06

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wire 2022 fairground map: Hall 9

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Machinery for the manufacture of rods, wires and strips
  • 01.04  Drawing
  • 01.04.01  Rod breakdown lines
  • 02  Machinery for the processing of rods, wires and strips
  • 02.01  Handling systems
  • 02.01.03  Coilers and spoolers for wire

Coilers and spoolers for wire

  • 02  Machinery for the processing of rods, wires and strips
  • 02.03  Machinery for the processing of wires and strips
  • 02.03.09  Single-wire drawing machines (intermediate, fine and superfine wire drawing)
  • 02  Machinery for the processing of rods, wires and strips
  • 02.03  Machinery for the processing of wires and strips
  • 02.03.10  Multiwire drawing machines

Multiwire drawing machines

  • 02  Machinery for the processing of rods, wires and strips
  • 02.04  Machinery for the heat treatment of wires and strips
  • 02.04.01  Continuous resistance annealers

Continuous resistance annealers

Our products

Product category: Rod breakdown lines

Wire Rod Drawing Machine S

Material: copper, aluminum, alloys
Run-in wire: 9.50 mm
Finished wire: 0,80 - 5,50 mm
Number of pulls: 9, 11, 13, 15
Number of wires: max. 3
Speed: max. 36 m/s
Wire elongation: 41 - 26% per pull

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Product category: Single-wire drawing machines (intermediate, fine and superfine wire drawing)

Center pull drawing machine MIK

Material: copper, aluminum, alloys
Run-in wire: 3.10 mm
Finished wire: 0,20 - 1,30 mm
Number of pulls: 17 - 25
Number of wires: 4 - 20
Speed: max. 36 m/s
Wire elongation: 26 - 15% per draw
Drawing wheels: Ø 135 mm, 100 mm

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Product category: Single-wire drawing machines (intermediate, fine and superfine wire drawing)

Fine Drawing Machine UWG

Material: copper, alloys
Inlet wire: 3,26 mm
Finished wire: 0,10 - 1,02
Number of pulls: 17 - 31
Number of wires: 1
Speed: max. 40 m/min.
Wire elongation: 26 - 15% per pull

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Product category: Rod breakdown lines

Rod-breakdown drawing machine S

Material: Copper, Aluminium, Alloy
Inlet diameter: 9,50 mm
Finish wire diameter: 0,80 – 5,50 mm
No. of drafts: 9, 11, 13, 15
No. of wires: max. 3
Speed: max. 36 m/s
Die elongation: 41 – 26% per draft

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Product category: Single-wire drawing machines (intermediate, fine and superfine wire drawing)

Intermediate-wire drawing machine MIK

Material: Copper, Aluminium, Alloy
Inlet diameter: 2,60 mm
Finish wire diameter: 0,20 – 1,30 mm
No. of drafts: 17 – 25
No. of wires: 4 – 20
Speed: max. 36 m/s
Die elongation: 26 – 15% per draft

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Product category: Single-wire drawing machines (intermediate, fine and superfine wire drawing)

Fine-wire drawing machine UWG

Material: Copper, Alloy
Inlet diameter: 3,26 mm
Finish wire diameter: 0,10 – 1,02
No. of drafts: 17 – 31
No. of wires: 1
Speed: max. 40 m/min.
Die elongation: 26 – 15% per draft

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About us

Company portrait

Henrich Maschinenfabrik GmbH - founded in 1960 - is one of the competent equipment suppliers to the international wire and cable industry. Our motivated employees are highly committed to every customer in Herborn. we manufacture everything "Made in Germany" - as a supplier in the wire and cable industry

What sets us apart from the rest:
  • More robust, solid, stable and stronger construction of the mechanical elements
  • Easier to maintain and operate machines and equipment
  • Wear resistant - designed for a very long service life
  • Highest speeds - shortest delivery times
  • Modules that can be switched off in blocks to save energy

Company data

Foundation 1960
Area of business Wire industry