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Machine Assessment

Machine Assessment
Our machine-check programme for you
  • we check the safety of your machine
  • we provide you with a machine assessment
  • we determine the quality standard of your machine
We determine the quality standard of your machine or system by means of traceable measurement procedures developed in-house, which also include the determination of the measurement system capability. That means that we tell you how well and accurately your measurement equipment is working. We provide you with an answer to the question of whether you can continue working with the current configuration of the measurement equipment, or whether modernisation is advisable.
Range of application

If your balancing machine has been in reliable service for years, or perhaps has been standing around unused in your works for a long time, and you now want to bring it back into operation quickly, this is no problem for you: our service team can assist you with checking your system. Our service technicians will tell you precisely what condition your machine is in, check the safety of the system and provide you with a checklist.

If you have decided to sell your balancing system, or are about to decide whether to buy a used machine, we will provide you with a machine assessment and establish the residual value of the machine. This assessment will be carried out by the qualified experts of our service team, and can also serve as the basis for modernisation or conversion of the machine.

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The focus is on long-term corporate goals such as international growth and the development of new markets, particularly in Asia

As of March 1, Martin Schreiber, a graduate engineer and previously Regional CEO & President Industrial Asia Pacific at Schaeffler, will take over the management of BENZ, the Baden-Wuerttemberg-based specialist for CNC aggregate technology.



Hotline general

+49 (0) 6151 32-2311
Monday - Saturday
07:00 am - 05:00 pm

Hotline Service (Helpdesk)

+49 (0) 6151 32-3083
Monday 01:00 am - Saturday 01:00 am (24h)
Saturday 08:00 am - 02:00 pm
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