Being German market leader and the oldest company for slurry technologies world wide with an outstanding expertise, EISELE from Sigmaringen in Germany has been manufacturer first-class products for the agricultural sector, construction industry and the industrial sector since 1887. Reliable and durable - Our motor is your motor
Matching the summer time, EISELE puts new energy and freshness into the proven and tested range of products of pumps and mixers. Next to the new submersible mixers GTWSB 254 and 304, the rotary lube pumps DK 32 and DK 62 were further developed in a sustainable manner. The operational process at the main location in Sigmaringen has also experienced innovations and a more efficient production has been introduced according to the "Lean" principles. Processes have also been streamlined that allows quicker provision to be achieved for the customers. The signs all point to GO at EISELE!
Fresher wind at EISELE, also in the production
In order to guarantee and optimise the strategic orientation with core competence in the area of pumps and mixers, in the future EISELE will discontinue the production of the tank wagon to the middle of the year. This will result in achieving a higher operating efficiency and customer satisfaction. In the coming years, EISELE will consequently follow the modernisation of the portfolio and satisfy the market demands with new energy efficient products.
PTO mixer ZP and ZP 250
The robust PTO mixer from the ZP series as a module construction has also been technically reworked and now represents an even better quality. The product range of the high-performance PTO mixer 454 and 654 from the ZP series have been expanded upwards by the new PTO mixer ZP 250. With this mixer, EISELE has reacted to the technical circumstances of modern tractors with 1,000 PTO shaft. Thanks to the stable design, the high circulation rate and a mixing shaft length up to 9,00 m, this mixer is ideal for large lagoons and tanks.
The design length of the ZP 250 is longer than the ZP 454 and ZP 654 and much more stable.
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