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Kendrion N.V.

Kendrion N.V. is a public limited liability company incorporated under the laws of the Netherlands, with its registered office in Zeist.

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Binder Magnete former

"Binder Magnets" is now Kendrion

Between tradition and progress - 100 years of Kendrion

Our service center will be pleased to help you if you need spare parts for Binder brakes and clutches.

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"Binder Magnets" is now Kendrion

Electromagnetic brakes & clutches

As a solution provider Kendrion develops, produces and markets innovative and high-quality electromagnetic brakes and clutches for industrial power transmission applications.

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"Binder Magnete" is part of Kendrion N.V. since 1997

The Business unit "Industrial Drive Systems" once was formed out of the Binder Magnete GmbH in Villingen (Germany).

Today Kendrion develops, produces and markets electromagnetic brakes and clutches as well as electronic components for the industrial power transmission. Areas of application for our brakes and clutches are primarily in the areas of robotic and automatic control engineering, machine tool and production machinery as well as medical technology and material handling.

Please ask our service center for spare parts of the Binder brakes and clutches.

History & tradition

The traditional brand "Binder" was the starting point for a very successful development of the business unit Industrial Drive Systems.

In the year 1911 the 20-year old Wilhelm Binder founded his first company "W. Binder". In the early 1920s he began to develop and manufacture electromagnetic components, such as clamping devices, safety solenoids, solenoid drums and shift-lock solenoids. The product range was steadily increased, and productions plants were continuously enlarged.

In 1953, the first appearance at the “Hannover Messe” helped to gain international recognition. Over the years, more than 100 patents and utility models were registered.

In 1997, the company was sold to the Dutch group Schuttersveld N.V. – today known as Kendrion N. V.