R&R BETH, an international company, specializes in filter and extraction technology, sorting and separating technology, and explosion and fire prevention systems. We develop, fabricate and install both individual subassemblies and entire turnkey plants.Filters & separators, high PERF. centrifugal separators , electrostatic precipitators (dry), electrostatic precipitators (wet), oil mist separators, drum filters, prefilters, versadrum, compactors, bag filters , cartridge filters, ceiling- & top-mounted filters , filter housings. Industrial exhaust cleaning and global assembly service.

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Gewerbegebiet Unterlemnitz 7 , Bad Lobenstein , 07356 Germany
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Business Type:
Industry Type:
Air Filtration
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
$10,000,000 US - $100,000,000 US

The familiar atmosphere in our company, managed by the partners, is the foundation of our employees' motivation. The partners, the management team and all the employees together form a community which fosters a climate capable of encouraging good ideasand a readiness to get down to work.

encouraging good ideas and a readiness to get down to work

Traditional values and experiences on top of solid training for young people form the basis for our sustainable growth. In the process we look around for active exchange with Colleges and Universities as a bridge to scientific knowledge.

When we say success through partnership, we mean it.
We come up with the best solutions because we value your input. When you tell our experts from R&R BETH what you need, we see more than just numbers and figures; we see your goals and what we can do to help you to achieve them.

We know there is no »one-size-fits-all« solution, so we pay attention to what you’re saying. That way we can provide comprehensive, customized advice and work with your input to get things done.

Our goal is to provide the most comprehensive solutions to your issues. 

When you choose R&R BETH, you're getting much more than an ordinary filtration and extraction firm. You're getting industry experts who care about your needs, the environment and future generations.

When you choose R&R BETH, you never have to wonder what’s going to happen next.

We keep you updated because we value your input. Our clients enjoy one of the highest satisfaction rates in the industry – that’s success through partnership.

R&R Technik Group Head Office Germany

The R&R BETH GmbH is an internationally operating technology company in the fields of filtration and extraction technology with highly skilled  and motivated employees. The increasing needs of our customers and constantly changing processes of markets are the driving force behind our expansion for the dynamic and organic growth of our company. Targeted acquisition in relevant markets support this strategy.


These are the hallmarks of BETH’s history for more than a century.
The company was founded in 1887 by W.F.L. Beth, an engineer from Lubeck who invented the world’s first bag filter. The patent was issued as number #38396 by the »Kaiserliche Patentamt« on January 26, 1886.

Soon, the BETH bag filter found its way into other industrial branches besides grinding mills, and in the course of the 20th century, the BETH machine factory grew into an international leader in the field of industrial dedusting.

At first, filtration was predominantly used for improving production processes, but by and by, it also became an important factor in operational safety and pollution control – long before »environmentalism« was an international buzzword.

Reducing noxious and hazardous dust emissions made industrial production not only more
economically efficient and environmentally friendly, but also more humane. Before long, the term »BETH Filter« became a synonym for dedusting itself.

In 1956, wet and dry electrostatic precipitators were added to the company’s range of products.

In July 2004, BETH‘s commercial operations were taken over by ECOPLANT Holding GmbH.

In 2007, BETH converted its construction into 3D. In some instances, 3D technology is also used for
project planning, enable customers to gain a realistic image of their future plant even in the early
offering and planning stages.