Eisele Pneumatics GmbH & Co. KG is a multinational family owned company with headquarters in Waiblingen, Germany. With 140 employees, Eisele develops, produces and distributes premium quality solid metal connectors and has become established over the past decades as a leading supplier of innovative connection solutions.
From EISELE connection components you may expect:
- Highest tightness and safety
- Ruggedness and long lifetimes
- Vacuum-compatible products
- Easy mountig and disassembly
- Special connections for a broad range of applications
Countries represented worldwide
WE COMBINE TRADITION AND FUTURE
Creating something new with the tailwind of tradition: We are a multinational family owned company with almost 80 years of experience and combine traditional values with modern economic entrepreneurship.
Experience and innovation for the highest quality
DIN EN ISO 9001: 2015 - EISELE has been certified since 1994. We have continuously been updating this quality standard and will continue to maintain it with future certifications. The elements of our basic philosophy include sustainable quality, flexibility and continous improvement.
The Eisele portfolio – manufactured virtually 100% in Germany – comprises all important standard connection components such as push-in fittings, quick-release couplings and tube fittings, as well as numerous innovative products with unique selling properties that set standards, such as an extensive range of multiple connectors. Worldwide distributors and the subsidiaries Eisele Connectors in Michigan, USA as well as Eisele Connectors Asia in Singapur ensure the global availability of Eisele products.
Eisele expands the location
Two locations become one. After the 1,460 square meter production hall was inaugurated in autumn 2014, a new automated small parts warehouse as well as new administration building and production areas were now put into operation on 4 June 2018. With the expansion of the location we are setting the course for further growth and internationalization and responding to the digitalization of the logistics chain