Our 2023 schedule.

Outlook for the new year: flucon GmbH travels to nextlub and VDI Symposium.

This year, our team is once again on the road to present flucon’s latest developments.

Among others, Josephine Klingebiel and André Heine will present our dual approach to electrical fluid characterization with two keynotes.

In April, the flucon team will travel to Düsseldorf to exhibit at nextlub. In June, we will then be guests in Schweinfurt at the 15th Annual VDI Symposium.

A northern alliance.

flucon is teaming up with the experts at Kagaku for distribution in the Nordic and Baltic countries.

We’re super proud to announce that Kagaku Analys AB of Gothenburg, Sweden has agreed to becoming flucon’s strategic partner for sales and services in Scandinavia and in the Baltic countries. From now on customers in the North will profit from further competence in the field of thermal analysis and reliable technical support whenever needed.

Electronic engineer of the future.

Saad Jmar to become flucon’s new trainee with Jascha Schwarz as supervisor.

On the first of September, a new phase of life begins for Saad Jmar. The 24-year-old Moroccan immigrated to Germany only a few days ago as part of an accelerated skilled worker procedure and is now starting his apprenticeship as an electronic engineer for devices and systems at flucon.

 

Where bearing guys (and gals) meet.

The flucon team visits Würzburg.

On July 5 and 6, Bearing World 2022 took place in beautiful Würzburg. Every year, experts from the fields of rolling and plain bearing technology as well as lubricant development come together at the international congress to exchange information on current focal points, innovations and optimization concepts.

This year, Josephine Klingebiel was one of our speakers in Würzburg, reporting on the latest findings from experiments with targeted current damage and bearing shell surface investigations.

Sunny outlooks.

In operation since May: 100 kWp photovoltaic system.

Already in spring 2022 a solar plant has been installed at flucon, which could now finally be put into operation.

The southern roofs of our new company headquarters were almost completely covered with PV modules, giving us an output of 100 kWp. The configuration was supplemented by an in-house storage system, which is intended to cover the nightly demand, compensate for yield dips and thus ensure as complete self-sufficiency as possible.