The cost and efficiency pressure in furniture and window construction as well as the high quality requirements in modern timber construction require a very high degree of automation in fastening technology. Numerous fastenings can be largely automated: from short term fixing to the permanent connection of materials. BeA Autotec delivers tailor made solutions that can be harmoniously and efficiently integrated into your production environments and processes.
We are well established in Europe as the leading system supplier for fastening and connection technology. Our automated systems, staples, nails and special fasteners are used by renowned manufacturers in fully automatic production.
BeA Autotec has stood for customer specific solutions with a high degree of automation in the manufacturing process for more than 40 years. Regardless of whether the fastening is carried out as a separate process, integrated in the manufacturing process or robotically controlled.
The tools and fasteners are defined jointly with the customers and developed and manufactured at the headquarters of Joh. Friedrich Behrens AG in Ahrensburg.
BeA automation technology highlights
With more than 10,000 Autotec tools sold worldwide - BeA is No. 1!
Autotec solutions are modular. In addition to the drive unit, based on the choice of fastener and its length, there are a variety of different magazine versions. Depending on the production environment and fastening method, you will find the right reloading option here.
Up to 500 staples can be used in one magazine and in any stapling direction.
140 nails in 28 seconds? No problem with our strip nailers.
Large coils with up to 900 nails. In horizontal or vertical magazines.
Sometimes it just has to be more. Up to 10,000 staples magazine capacity.
If there is no more space on the top. Side loading with up to 5,000 fasteners.
The fastest reload times. Especially for multi-function bridges in the prefabricated house industry.
Our area managers are happy to come to you. We look after our customers because there is no substitute for personal contact.