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TEKA Absaug- und Entsorgungstechnologie GmbH

TEKA was founded on April 1st, 1995 by Jürgen Kemper, Erwin Telöken and Ludger Hoffstädte and has grown constantly since its establischment. In 2006 the 2003 acquired premises were enlarged by a further office and stock building. TEKA disposes of a wide product range. There exists an extensive standard programme of mobile (some of them with BGIA-certificate) and stationary filter devices. Oil mist separators, high-vacuum units, cutting and grinding benches, oxyacetylene cutting benches and central filter units (some of them with BGIA-certificate) also belong to the delivery programme. Customized solutions as well as the planning of big projects take the bulk of the annual turnover. The programme is completed by the range of visibility and sound insulating elements. For working places in the soldering and laser technology (engraving, stamp production, dental and medical technology, electronics and laboratories) TEKA offers various units in different sizes and designs. In addition TEKA has solutions for plotters which are working with solvent inks.

The staff has grown since 1995 from 3 to at the meantime nearly 100 employees. TEKA´s success is rooted in having motivated employees who identify with the company and products. To achieve this, TEKA sets great store by providing its employees with initial and supplementary training aimed at keeping up with the latest trends in modern-day engineering. A well thought-out division of the sales districts as well as a close cooperation with well-known trading companies guarantee that each customer gets the best possible advise - even directly on site. Today TEKA products are sold worldwide.

Contact
TEKA Absaug- und Entsorgungstechnologie GmbH
Industriestr. 13
46342 Velen, Germany
Phone +49 (0)2863-92820
Fax +49 (0)2863-928272
info@tekanet.de
www.tekanet.de

Your contact partner at AKL´08:
Erwin Telöken
Phone +49 (0)2863-92820
erwin.teloeken@tekanet.de

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