LAPP Insulators are based in Wunsiedel, Germany, and are a leading manufacturer and supplier for high-voltage insulators made of porcelain and silicone; their products are used mainly in high-voltage and traction current networks, switching systems, or transformers in over 70 countries around the world. The company’s traditional German roots can be traced back to the renowned brands of Rosenthal and Siemens, beginning in 1889 in Germany and 1916 in America. Lapp Insulators have been part of the PFISTERER corporate group since 2015.
These days, PFISTERER and LAPP’s shared product portfolio covers all requirements from an array of voltage ranges and areas of application. By incorporating this with the existing portfolio of insulator strings, and cable and contact systems, PFISTERER is one of the few providers able to cover practically the entire value-added chain for contact and insulation technology from a single source, from energy production to energy distribution.
Powerful and efficient
Like PFISTERER itself, LAPP Insulators has stood for innovative solutions since it was first founded. These solutions are the result of ongoing research and development and the need to offer clients custom-made, individual concepts with first-class products, and strong services. High-caliber and certified quality is achieved through a depth of in-house production unlike anywhere else in the industry: The production chain stretches from the raw material to the finished product. As well as ultimate stability and operational safety, this also guarantees the best possible availability for clients.
LAPP Insulators also offers a wide range of services in the areas of consulting and engineering. The skilled specialists at LAPP do not just understand the products themselves but also the industries they are used in; they work with customers to develop individual concepts and complete solutions for their fields. Quick and efficient. LAPP stands for ultimate reliability, and quick and flexible response times when it comes to staying on schedule.
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