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Reliable flexible and high flexing cables for industrial applications worldwide with UL
Assembled cables for servo drive systems, suppression technology, connectors and Industrial Ethernet
AirSTREAM complete system for thermally optimized and space-saving cabinet wiring
Universal Interface Technology, Power Supply and intelligent Current Control for IIoT
Time savings and flexibility when designing control cabinets
LÜTZE has expanded its proven AirSTREAM wiring system to include a modular mounting rail system that ...
A tradition in automation for over 60 years - With countless pioneering achievements, LÜTZE is today one of the leading firms in the industry worldwide. Mr. Friedrich Lütze founded Friedrich Lütze GmbH in Weinstadt near Stuttgart, Germany, in 1958. Since then, electronic and electrotechnical components and system solutions for automation and high tech for rail engineering have been designed and produced there.
With ground-breaking innovations and international patents, the company, still young at the time, was already calling attention to itself. With the launch of the LSC wiring system for switch control cabinet wiring in 1972,
control cabinet manufacturers could for the first time save up to 25% more space than the conventional layout. In the early 1980s, LÜTZE was among the first suppliers in the world featuring its continuous flexing SUPERFLEX® cables.
Since the founding of the firm, it has been the corporate philosophy to be among the leading suppliers in the automation industry featuring highly innovative and efficient products. LÜTZE is investing considerably more in research and development than the industry average. The family business is managed by the second generation of Mr. Udo Lütze.
“AirSTREAM is an integrated control cabinet system. Its outstanding properties include its thermal advantages, flexibility and the fact that up to 30% space can be saved in the cabinet, thereby allowing solutions to be realized that would not have been possible with the mounting board.”Christian Scheele, Managing Director of Kramer Industrieprodukte GmbH Cabinet cooling with AirSTREAM system