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Gruner AG  Profile

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Gruner AG  Company Overview

With headquarters in Wehingen, Germany, Gruner AG has been an innovative relay, solenoid and actuator manufacturer for over 50 years. Consistent specialization in Energy Management and targeting of the Semiconductor, Automotive and Mechatronic markets has turned Gruner into the world market leader in several sectors.

Gruner AG  Products

The types of products manufactured by Gruner AG include Latching Relays, Monostable Relays, Automotive Relays, HVAC Relays, Mechantronic Relays, Damper Actuators, Fire & Smoke Protection Actuators, Air Volume Control Actuators, Damper Actuators, Actuators with Rotary Drive, Linear Actuators, and LON Actuators.

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