Innowacje

1966
First in market with 10 Kg spool for 0.05 mm wire
1966
Starting ultrafine wire production 0.010 - 0.030 mm Switzerland
1970
Introduction of environment-friendly catalytic enameling oven system
1972
First rod breaking machine in Germany
1978
Development of biconical spools for fine wires 0.04 - 0.10 mm
1983
Introduced enameled brass wire with tightest possible resistance tolerance for fuel injection valves
1987
Solderable polyurethane thermal class 155 introduced
1987
Ford Q1 certification
1989
Development of computer controlled enamelling machines with In-Line Process Control
1990
Precise Metering of lubrication introduced to improve windability at high winding speeds and assure low outgasing
1992
Elektrisola Active Process Control (EAPC) introduced incorporating inline sensors to monitor and control all critical process parameters through a continuous feed back loop to ensure consistently high quality
1993
Introduction of permanent in-line laser measurement and control of outer diameter (OD) on every production enameling line assuring tight dimensional control and high Cpk OD values
1993
World’s first solderable polyurethane thermal class 180 enamel introduced
1994
First ISO 9002 certification
1995
Increasing spool weight for fine wires like 0.063 mm to 27 kg
1996
First ISO 9001 certification
1996
Cooperation with the University of Vienna studying outgassing reduction for relay contact life improvement leads to development of lubrication-free wire (G type)
1997
First QS 9000 certification
1997
Acquistion of ultrafine wire production from Huber & Suhner and from Polydraht, Switzerland
2002
Taped litz wire production started
2002
First ISO 14001 certifiation
2003
First TS 16949 certification
2003
Profiled litz wire production started
2003
Increasing spool weight for 0.045 mm to 20 kg
2005
Customer demand for high quality heavy wire lead to development and introduction of new heavy wire machines
2005
Extruded litz wire production started
2006
Introduction of new test certificate levels with In-line SPC data
2006
Development of Fully Insulated Wire (FIW), start of IEC-standardization process
2007
Successfully insulated 5.8 micron wire (0.000228”) in Switzerland
2007
Installation of first reactor for production of special selfbonding enamels
2008
Started production of larger diameter litz wires up to 11 mm (0.433”)
2009
Development of special bondcoats for speaker industry
2010
First BS OHSAS 18001 certification
2010
New specialty insulation for low outgas relays
2010
Development of thin insulation wire for high efficiency coils
2012
Development of Smartbond litz wire for wireless application
2013
Introduction of ultrafine litzwire with single wire diameter down to 0.01 mm (58 AWG)
2014
Development of Efolit® Litzwire, a benchmark for High Voltage Litzwire certified by VDE
2014
Development of HT selfbonding enamels for receiver coils
2016
Started production of polyimide and PTFE medical tubing
2017
Approval of FIW by UL under UL OBJT2
2018
Started production of heavy litzwires up to 20 mm (0.785")
2019
EAPC introduced for litz wire production incorporating in-line sensors to monitor and control critical litz wire process parameters for consistently high quality