We´ve been building machinery and accessories for the manufacture of prestressed concrete for 60 years in close cooperation with users from all over the world. In 1959 Paul delivered the first single-wire stressing jack with the then revolutionary two-button operation, and, with this development, laid the foundation stone of a successful future.
Expanded and extended, step by step over the course of years, the available lines today cover a broad range of machines and accessories for the different processes in the production of prestressed concrete. We are in a position to supply you with all machinery and accessories required for the cutting, stressing and anchoring of prestressing steel. The wide choice of stressing jacks, pump units and detensioning cylinders for various prestressing forces is supplemented by useful devices such as steel cutters or strand pushing machines which greatly ease the daily concrete working jobs.
We provide comprehensive services:
Your technical contact persons at PAUL will directly and immediately take care of all questions regarding applications and maintenance.
You may also send us older machines for repair. As long as it is economically justified we will repair them and, if requested, update them to the current technical status.
Our field staff is available for on-site visits for commissioning and training in almost all countries of the world. We provide training courses for our sales partners at regular intervals regarding products and applications as well as maintenance of the machines and we provide information on new developments to enable them to locally provide the best possible service for you in the language of your country.
It is not without pride that we are reporting today on a very special partnership. In 1972, Mr. Rajatham Prasanphanij opened the company P.R. Engineering in Bangkok, Thailand to distribute stressing equipment from Paul.…Read more
Growing sales, increasing exports and a full order book. Paul Maschinenfabrik looks back on a successful and eventful year 2021. The Covid-19 virus, supply bottlenecks and high raw material prices cannot slow the company…Read more
We welcome our new trainees (four industrial mechanics, four mechatronics engineers, one office administrator and two interns) on September 1 and wish them a successful start to their careers. With this, Paul continues…Read more
Since the unexpected death of Werner Paul in February last year, Barbara Hering has been managing the business of Paul Maschinenfabrik. Now she is receiving support from the next generation. Since the turn of the year,…Read more