Mischtechnik GmbH was founded in Germany in 1958.
For over 60 years it has been developing machines and equipment for mixing all kinds of industrial products (resins, mortars, adhesives, emulsions, micro-cements, etc.). The equipment continues to honour the 'Made in Germany' designation.
Bomaco was established in 2001 in Belgium. The company specialises in all types of equipment and accessories for handling and transporting construction materials.
Founded in 1979, Desoi is a market leader in pumps and equipment for the injection and application of synthetic and cement products. It keeps the quality and tradition 'Made in Germany'.
The DIACalc® software was developed by Diaclase - Consultores de Engenharia, Geologia e Ambiente, by the hand of António Ambrósio, specialized in Geotechnics.
Danish company specialising in drainage systems for tunnels and underground constructions.
Founded in 1927, Finkbeiner is a leading manufacturer of light and heavy duty workshop lifts. Truly 'Made in Germany'.
World leader in solar thermal panels for swimming pools and industrial installations.
Hengelhoef Concrete Joints was established in 2007 and in just a few years has developed a leadership in the design and manufacture of metal joints for industrial floors. The products speak for themselves.
The family-owned KrampeHarex is Germany's largest manufacturer of steel fibres, the second largest in Europe and the third largest worldwide. It stands out specially for their quality 'Made in Germany' and for their flexibility and assertiveness in technical and commercial service.
Since its foundation in the late 1970s, Pagel has presented itself with the highest performing special sealing and repair mortars on the market. It has been represented in Portugal for over 30 years with a respectable track record.
Purus Plastics was founded in 1994 and since then has grown each year in recycling and re-using plastics to produce recyclable products with high durability. The product range allows to size and meet all the needs for permeable flooring, a universal and necessary trend in construction.
TPH is based in Hamburg and presents a complete range of products and solutions for the waterproofing of constructions: acrylic resins, PU and sealants of all kinds.
Vector Corrosion Technologies started out in the mid-1980s as a company dedicated to the prevention of armour corrosion by the introduction of galvanic cells. Today it has 75 highly qualified employees in the United Kingdom, in the USA and in Canada, and representatives in several industrialised countries.