The company HEIN, LEHMANN: a family history

2016

Expansion of South Eastern Europe activities by founding a sales company in Croatia through a subsidiary.

2015

Establishment of a production company in India to expand Asia activities.

2014

Entry into the Russian market by founding a sales company.

2012

01. August 2012

Change from HEIN, LEHMANN Trenn- und Fördertechnik GmbH in HEIN, LEHMANN GmbH

Further expansion of a subsidiary in Eastern Europe by founding a new company in the Czech Republic for the distribution of sieve trays.

2009

DELTA II screening machine, 2. generation control established

Expansion of Eastern Europe activities by founding a sales company in Slovakia.

Mobile screening unit LIWELL® motion 751

 

2008

Foundation of a sales company in Turkey.

2007

Strengthening of the screening machine sales on the North American market by founding a company in Canada and participation in a trading company in Romania through a subsidiary.

2006

Entry into the Chinese market through participation in a local producer.

2003

Entry into the Czech market through participation in a manufacturer of metal screens and a trading group with several locations in Eastern Europe to expand the activities in Eastern Europe.

2002

Acquisition of a producer of wire and plastic products in southern Germany and expansion of activities in North America by founding another company for the sale of screening machines.

DELTA II screening machine for high capacities with difficult to screen material

2000

Participation in a screen tray producer in South Korea through a subsidiary.

1999

Acquisition of a manufacturer for conveyor belts in Bavaria.

1996

LIWELL® Flip-Flow screening machine Type KT with an overlaid circular vibration

1995

Start of a production company for filter tubes in Belgium to strengthen the product segment and foundation of a sales company in the Netherlands.

1994

Move of production facilities and administration premises to Krefeld

Participation in a Dutch company for the production of conveyor belts.

1993

Participation of a second French sales company with a focus on screening machines to strengthen sales in the French-speaking economic area. Also started an engagement in a machine manufacturing company in the UK.

Start of production for sieve trays on the US market by founding a German subsidiary.

1991

Establishment of a production for metal screens in Saxony by a subsidiary.

1989

Foundation of a sales company in Austria to strengthen its presence in the Southeast European area.

Acquisition of a major manufacturing market player in the southern Germany area in the screen tray product field. In the course of the acquisition, the market presence was also strengthened by taking over the associated sales company in France.

1988

19. December 1988

Foundation of HEIN, LEHMANN Trenn- und Fördertechnik GmbHincluding the departments of Herrmann-Screens® and mass separation

1984

WS 85®, screen exchange system for PUR-screen mats

Manufacturing of welded wedge wire screen baskets for paper sorting industry

1983

WS 83, screen exchange system for steel screens made of PUR-adapter ledges

1977

VENO-Flex®, SERPA-Flex®, HARPA-Flex®-Harps

1975

LEMANIT® tensioning screens made of polyurethane

Start with production of CORIMA wedge wire screens

1974

LIWELL® Flip-Flow screening machine Type LF

1973

Structure of the manufacturing plant in Zingsheim

1971

LIWELL® Flip-Flow screening machine Type LS

1967

TORWELL Flip-Flow screening machine

1964

UMBREX screening machine with flexible screen panels made of rubber

1962

UMBRA-Stoßmaschine-Siebboden, dessen typische Kennzeichen die auf ihm befindlichen Antriebsköpfe bzw. Umlenkköpfe sind.

UMBRA screening machine with screen panels with jerked meshes

1958

Aus Leitschienen gebildeter Klassierbelag des UMBRA-Siebbodens.

Umbra screens with the screen panels made of guide bars, for the extensive bulking of sticky and moist broken material with maximum performance.

1956

Installation von sechs HEIN, LEHMANN-Strömungszentrifugen in der Zuckerfabrik USINA DA BARRA S.A. in Brasilien.

KONTI, the fully-continuous stream centrifugal for the sugar industry

1955

Self-cleaning condenser system for power stations

Die ATOSKOP-Siebmaschine zur Absiebung von Schütgut aller Art, Ausführung als Ein- oder Zweidecker in zwei verschiedenen Größen.

ATOSKOP screening machine

1954

Pulsator-Sichteranlage in einer Kohlenwäsche zum Entstauben von Rohfeinkohle.

1954-1961

Pulsating deduster

1952

Blick von der 22 Meter-Bühne durch den Füllschacht eines Zonen-Schrägbunkers auf die schräge Boden- und Deckenfläche.

Zone inclined bunker for post-dewatering

1950

Zentrale Radial-Siebanlage mit Drehkreuz, Wasservorabzug und Kammersieb, zur Entwässerung von gewaschener Feinkohle.

The mass separation department is established. In the beginning it developed and built radial screening systems, preliminary, post and ground dewatering systems for the mining industry, chamber sluices and chamber buckets for dewatering works, sifter systems, twin-pipe showers, material collectors for the paper industry and high-capacity pulp collectors.

1948

Beispielhafte Darstellung der Zusammensetzung eines Weitspiral-Förderbands.

The department Herrmann-screens® moves its premises to halls located in Fichtenstrasse in Duesseldorf. Here begins the production of VIBRO® spring steel wire cloths, DS, SERPA®, VENO®-Harp Screens, Rima®, Rimetta®, Ultra Rimetta and DD wedge wire screens, DOVEX®, DOPRA and RASTEX® screen panels, screen panels and fluidized beds, UMBRA screen panels, rubber wedge wire screens, rubber hole screens, DUO screen panels with flexible screen openings, pressure jet screen panels, CONIDUR® fine hole and slotted hole sheets, metal wire belts.

1947

Beispielhafte Siebgewebe und Siebgeflechte verschiedener Art.

Acquisition of all patents and licenses of the company Louis Herrmann, founded in 1846, dismounted in Dresden and specialized in manufacturing of industrial screens and wire belts. They were traded under the world-famous brand designation Herrmann-screens®.

1946

Frei schwebend wächst die Rheinbrücke Düsseldorf-Neuß über den Rhein.

1946-1988

All Rhine bridges in Duesseldorf are built. The delivery program of HL AG includes further fixed and movable bridges, building construction for mining and industry, frame constructions for multi-story buildings, scaffolds for cranes and crane tracks, pithead gears, bunkers, steel water structures, radio and television masts with heights up to 322 m and pot-galvanizing. Deliveries were made to Germany, Europe, South America and Asia. Foundation of subsidiary companies and partnerships abroad.

1928

 

Radio tower in Berlin

1911

Die Luftschiffhalle in Lohausen bei Düsseldorf, erbaut 1912.

Completion of the Airship hall in Duesseldorf-Lohhausen

1910

Beispielhafte Zeichnung der Hohenzollernbrücke in Köln.

Inauguration of the bridge “Hohenzollernbrücke” in Cologne, with a span of 119 m

1902

1902 and 1910

Gold medal for special technical achievements in Duesseldorf and Brussels

1895

Beispielhafte Zeichnung einer Stahlkonstruktion.

Beginning of steel and bridge constructions in Duesseldorf

1889

Das Werk von HEIN, LEHMANN um 1913 in Düsseldorf.

Premises transfer to Duesseldorf-Oberbilk

1888

12. November 1888

Foundation of Hein, Lehmann & Co. Aktiengesellschaft

1885

Manufacturing of signal systems for the railroad authority on the basis of their own patents.

1878

Der HEIN, LEHMANN Fabrikhof in Berlin-Reinickendorf um 1878.

The tradesman Max Hein and the engineer Anton Lehmann run together a factory for corrugated iron sheets in Berlin-Reinikendorf.

HEIN, LEHMANN & hl.group: the company, history and short stories