In order to provide customers a full range of complementary products for manufacturing electrical motors, transformers and generators, SynFlex Elektro GmbH was established in 1963. Originally strictly a trader of enameled copper wires, SynFlex evolved into a producer and fabricator of various electrical insulation materials.
Until recently, the standard for QM systems in the automotive industry was ISO/TS 16949. It defines the additional industry-specific requirements for the production of series parts and spare parts in the automotive industry. This has been replaced by IATF 16949. SynFlex successfully completed the transition audit for IATF 16949:2016 in September 2018 and is therefore one of the first among the very few in the industry.
The history of the second international subsidiary of the SynFlex Group began as a result of the acquisition of Eldra GmbH in Austria in 1993. The reason being that Eldra GmbH initially owned 50 % of the shares of company John Hjalholt A/S which had been the Danish distributor at that time.
The “Winding” product segment includes all conductive materials for winding electrical motors, transformers and electric motors.
In the „Insulate“ product range, beside insulating materials, electrical insulating sleevings, resins and varnishes you can find all the insulation materials you need for your electrical insulation system.
Connect & Equip
The „Connect & Equip“ product range is focused on connecting cables as well as connecting and fastening elements. You can also find specialties for the completion, assembly and testing of electrical motors, transformers and generators.
In addition to the company-specific product ranges of SHWire, SynFlex and IsoTek, the SynFlex Group offers all customers interdisciplinary services to which they have access at all times.
We are a growing family company and always looking for committed and dedicated people how wants to be part of our team and work together with us to bring our success to the next level.
Environmental protection has long ceased to be merely an issue for the future but, despite this, very little is evident in some areas of collective efforts designed to protect the environment. We regard it as a very important task, and we also see in the enforcement of international agreements throughout our sector an opportunity to promote efforts in environmental protection beyond national frontiers.
Production secures prosperity, employment and, ultimately, the future for all of us. During times in which we see relocation to low-wage countries, the European economy asserts itself through flexibility, quality and stability. This applies in particular to the winding industry.
When it comes to the safety of passengers and personnel, use of the final product and individual components in railway technology involves the strictest demands along the entire manufacturing chain. The regulations in DIN EN 45545 must be observed to detect and evaluate any hazard potential at an early stage.