History

1865  
Heinrich Spelleken builds the first "Blower" and ensures the productivity of forging with the adjustable availability of air. In 1965 Spelleken is promoted to the largest fan factory in the Federal Republic of Germany.

1904
Felix Schuh a physican is founding the manufacturing of insulating materials in Essen (Germany) with a focus on plant engineering.

2002
Schuh Anlagentechnik is founded in Bochum, Germany. The engineer team of Spelleken and a part of the asset of Spelleken are taken over.

2004
Change of Ownership - Directors of business unit take over Schuh Anlagentechnik. Schuh Anlagentechnik moves to Castrop-Rauxel, Germany.


2007
Schuh Anlagentechnik is building the hundredth Egde trim extraction system since the foundation of the company.

2008
Schuh Anlagentechik is adding its range of applications. The first plant of applications in heat recovery is put into operation.


2012
Schuh Anlagentechnik celebrates its 10-year anniversary. Since the foundation of Schuh Anlagentechnik more than 550 systems for industrial processes have been put into operation.

Company History