Condor-Werke Gebr. Frede GmbH

Condor-Werke Gebr. Frede GmbH

Condor-Werke Gebr. Frede GmbH

The company Condor was founded by August Frede in 1893, and first after its founding, it dealt with centrifuges, milking machines and also later pumps. Condor-Werke Gebr. Frede GmbH is a pioneer in high-quality pressure control technology. Our reliable, high-performance pressure switches make us a worldwide partner to top industrial, wholesale and trade industries. As the years continued, the product portfolio expanded constantly. Alongside motor protection relays and float switches, CPC offers through their own switch design and also customer-specified switching solutions of all types, for example pump and compressor controls, motor start-up controls or customer-specified special solutions.

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Warendorfer Straße 47 - 51 , Ennigerloh , D-59320 Germany
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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater - Water Monitoring and Testing
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
1930

With the issue of the world's first patent for a membrane pressure control for the automatic control of pumps in 1935, the era of Condor switching devices began. Also the brand name MDR dates back to this time.

As the “inventors of the pressure switch”, all employees feel committed to the long and successful tradition of the company. Without a continuous, innovative and qualitative further development of our products, this persistently  successful track record would not have been imaginable.

Condor itself was already certified according DIN ISO 9003 in 1993 and according to DIN ISO 9001 in 1995. This likewise has applied for CPC since its founding as an independent limited company. The basis for all of our handling and thoughts are these high demands for quality, which are to be optimized daily.

As customers of ours, you can consult our excellently qualified employees at any time. It does not matter whether your concerns are of a technical or commercial nature.