Schmierer GmbH – then…
The story of Schmierer GmbH has a very long tradition. Anna + Eugen Schmierer founded the company in Frankfurt/Main in the year 1932; first starting with a repair shop for measuring instruments.
During World War II, the company had been destroyed twice.
After the rebuiling, the company started again with three workers for both repair jobs and also developing and producing an own line of pressure and temperature gauges.
On January 01,1960 his son Walter Schmierer took over the management of the company.In 1965, the company moved its headquarter to Gross-Gerau, approx. 25 kilometers south of Frankfurt. The new premises had become necessary, as the old workshop turned out to be too small for the increasing development of the product portfolio.
From 2002 on, the company is managed by Ralf Schmierer.
Today, 12 employees of Schmierer GmbH are producing in Germany a wide range of pressure and temperature gauges with modern machinery, assembling and testing equipment. A very important part of our portfolio are custom-made solutions.
Meanwhile, we are supplying the world from our production plants in Germany and submit local support for repair, calibration and fi lling-station for seals in South East Asia with the established Schmierer S.E.A. in Malaysia.
We are proud to supply many internationally active customers from the chemical and petrochemical industry, foodstuff industry, large construction companies and other partners in the industrial world.
Our quality standards
Quality has always played a major role within the Schmierer GmbH history. We are able to manufacture and produce with the most modern CNC- and NC-machines for turning, milling and drilling. Schmierer GmbH only uses approved and certifi ed raw material. Modern production and assembling units at a very high level guarantee the reliability of our instruments. We are certified according to ISO 9001:2015
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High quality pressure and temperature gauges made in germany: bourdon tube, diaphragm, capsule, test and differential gauges. Bimetallic, gas filled and machinery thermometers.