Your global partner for production metrology, rotary stroke bearings and meter mix dispense technology.
Efficient, high-quality measuring technology for quality control in the measuring room, production, incoming goods and development.
Gear metering pumps and meter mix dispense technology with maximum accuracy.
Reliable and precise: MarMotion rotary stroke bearings ensure zero-play linear and rotary movements.
One company, a variety of products, passionate employees: that is Mahr. As a global supplier of production metrology, rotary stroke bearings and gear metering pumps as well as meter mix dispense technology, the Mahr Group has the right solution for a wide range of applications. You can rely on our technical innovation and the expertise we have gained in almost 160 years of company history.
As a manufacturer of innovative measuring technology, we support our customers in the measuring room and in production. A total of almost 160 years of experience has gone into our products – from manual calipers to fully automated measuring stations. This experience has made us experts in quality assurance in many industries.
High-precision metering pumps, meter mix dispense technology
When processing liquids and pastes, customers all over the world rely on the metering accuracy of our gear metering pumps and meter mix dispense machines. Mahr metering technology is used wherever maximum precision and efficiency are required.
Rotary stroke bearings with a sense of precision
Targeted and repeatable movements: MarMotion rotary stroke bearings constantly offer new customized solutions across all industries. The precision guides made of hardened steel boast a long service life and master all rotary and linear movements with ease.
From metrology pioneer to global player in quality assurance. Read here what drives us.
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Starting out as a small family business in the Swabian town of Esslingen, Mahr has stood for innovative technology for almost 160 years.