Quick Help for Disruptions

In the event of a mal­func­tion, fast help is required — which is why we are avail­able for you around the clock. Sim­ply describe the sit­u­a­tion to us and tell us the type of mes­sage — for exam­ple whether it is a yel­low or red warn­ing — and we will imme­di­ate­ly sup­port you in solv­ing the prob­lem.

We are curious: where is our oldest, still functioning text system?

Pio­neer­ing high-volt­age test­ing and mea­sure­ment tech­nol­o­gy has been devel­oped and man­u­fac­tured at our Dres­den site since 1904. First by Koch & Sterzel; after the Sec­ond World War by TuR (trans­form­ers and X‑ray fac­to­ry); since 1990 by Siemens; and since 1994 by HIGHVOLT. The com­pa­ny knows which test sys­tems were deliv­ered to whom and when, but not always how long the test sys­tems have been in use. How long has your test sys­tem, whether from Koch & Sterzel, TuR, Siemens or HIGHVOLT, been in use? Inci­den­tal­ly, a trans­former from 1920 that is no longer in use recent­ly found its way back to its ori­gins in Dres­den.

How long has your test system been in use?

Please send this infor­ma­tion to under the key­word “Test Sys­tem”.

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