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Precise hydraulic components

HBE GmbH, being part of the Echterhage Group and located in the German city of Neuenrade, has been developing and manufacturing steel and aluminium oil tanks for over 30 years. Since the formation of the company in 1984, a high quality range of hydraulic components as well as shaft and flange couplings for the fluid and drive technology have supplemented the product programme. A constant development and supplement of the existing products, e.g. a complete range of heat exchangers or an assortment of backlash-free shaft couplings, are the main factors for the success of HBE.

High performance standards

Offering an extensive product range, highest technical quality standards and a superior level of customer support, HBE has become one of the leading manufacturers in its specific market segments. In to the in-housed modern steel construction department HBE fulfils orders quickly and flexibly for tanks ready to use, welding constructions and cut blanks in steel and stainless steel. By doing so, a highest quality standard is maintained. Moreover, comprehensive stock levels ensure the supply of standardised tanks and oil sumps within a very short time.

In cooperation with the customer

Oil tanks as well as other hydraulic components are produced as standard series but are also designed as individual, custom-made units. The contact and communication with the customer with comprehensive consultations and flexibility in accommodating customer-specific requirements are a matter of course. Through the global network with own sales offices in the USA, Italy, Great Britain, France, India and China along with a worldwide distribution and service network in all important industrial countries, HBE is always where the client is.

High quality standard “Made in Germany”

Since 1996, HBE is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2000. In 2012, HBE successfully implemented the newest standard DIN EN ISO 9001:2008. Furthermore, HBE is accredited according to §19L Federal Water Act and a certified welding shop according to DIN 18800.