Customer report Hörgeräte Gravenstein

Using the bankmaster® vacuum clamping technology, high-quality custom furnishings are produced.

When manufacturing furniture for audiometric rooms, parts with sensitive surfaces are clamped gently and securely.

Doctors and researchers who specialise in researching the human ear and treating ear diseases are familiar with the extensive product range from Hörgeräte Gravenstein GmbH. As a complete provider for audiometric rooms, the company has already equipped many university clinics, schools for the hearing impaired and research centres for otology with their custom solutions.

For Reinhard Gravenstein, the founder and owner of Hörgeräte Gravenstein GmbH, the customer has been at the centre of his work since the very beginning. With his devices, diseases of the hearing organs can be treated in line with the latest methods. In the process, he attaches great importance to providing personalised care, realising his customers’ wishes and using the best materials and the latest technology. The customer thus receives a solution that is precisely tailored to their needs and which employs cutting-edge technology.

“The furniture, which is built by us in the timber division in a way that is adapted to the respective devices, is – like the technology – up to a very high standard” explains Reinhard Gravenstein. “To work on the wood surfaces we require equipment and machinery which does not damage the surfaces despite the custom adaptations, so that we are capable of effective production. The vacuum clamping technology of our bankmaster® QUATTRO is perfectly suited for this purpose. In this way, our employees can easily work on sensitive surfaces and they also have an optimal workspace from an ergonomic perspective thanks to the height and angle adjustment.

As the demand for high-quality complete and custom solutions from Gravenstein GmbH is continuing to grow, the machine room of a former colliery is currently undergoing conversion. This location is to be the site of a demonstration room to visualise the solutions, a testing room for the final inspection of the devices developed in-house, a metal processing centre and a wood processing centre with the latest machinery.

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