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Hazet Ingenious Tools - Made in Germany
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The company HAZET was established in 1868 by Hermann Zerver. The brand "HAZET" has its roots in the initials of the founder, the H of Hermann, the Z of Zerver. HAZET is in family possession for five generations already.

The plant I in Remscheid is one of the most advanced in Europe.
From the forging plant to the CNC-directed production, up-todate technology matched with unrivalled experience, accompanies every step of the production.

The Plant II Heinsberg, a factory built according to the most modern specifications, is situated in the triangle of Germany-Belgium-Netherlands.

With regard to the European market, the modern and spacious logistic centre, the electroplating station as well as high-precision machines for the fabrication of round parts (e.g. sockets) are located there.

In the beginning of 2001, the HAZET plant III at Remscheid was equipped with one of the most modern computer-controlled powder coating facilities in Germany.
Furthermore, investments in a welding robot as well as in a fully-automatic laser cutting facility guarantee the continuous top quality in sheet metal working. The product range comprises varied sheet metal working processes as well as the fabrication of the famous tool trolleys "Assistent".

With the help of modern CAD-computers and "high-end-software" highly qualified engineers develop and design tools as well as production resources. The data obtained is used in several respects, e.g. for the designing of samples on short term or for the communication with our customers and suppliers via data line.

The practical use of tools is simulated in virtual environments, or NC-data for machine tools is generated which facilitates the repeated fabrication of forging dies with an accuracy of 100%. This guarantees consistently high quality.


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