In particular, this concerns our ability to find a solution to any customer application by means of design, legally protected construction processes and expertise in materials.

Our bellows essentially consist of a technical fabric that is held in shape by a plastic frame. 
In the case of the "Homogen" range, the guide frame and the covering material can be joined in two different ways: Firstly, using our specially designed welding process. The advantages of this include an elegant, smooth surface appearance and the fact that the bellows have a high degree of impermeability to fluids and dust. The second way is by stitching or quilting two or more components together, which means that the bellows can withstand increased mechanical and thermal loads.

Alongside these two types, the "Harmonika" bellows is a product from the early days. We designed it in 1930. It is constructed from several layers of material glued or laminated together. This makes it possible to manufacture bellows in virtually every conceivable shape and with very small fold heights. Bellows of this range can also be further strengthened by sewn-in guide frames.

Bellows of the Homogen and Harmonika ranges are available in the following basic shapes: