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Assfalg has decided to take a step further in surface processing.

Battery Lifting Magnet SB500 on TV Show

Why compostable and not biodegradable bags?

You can't look into the future, but you can lay the foundation for something future - because the future can be built. (Saint Exupery)

The new giant among lifters

Our first battery electropermanent magnetic lifting beam in 2022 was delivered to one of our customers.

Are you looking for the ideal tool for deburring, cutting, grinding and polishing?

We will close our doors from 23.12.2021 to 07.01.2021 and will be back for you on 10.01.

Conditional availability from 20.12.-22.12.2021.

Save until 31.12.2021 on our ICE and RHINO cutters in packs of 5. Bundle of 5 means 5 cutters per Ø.

Save 10% on our SMA30, SMA40, SMA50 and SMA60.

Save 20% on selected sizes of our lifting magnet series Elift and "match" 2 of our different magnetic welding angles MSA, MS and MAV, then you save 10%.

ASSFALG were with his partner AGINT at the fair MECSPE from the 23.11. - 25.11.2021 in Bologna.

An intern magnetic training took place at Assfalgs from 11.11. to 12.11.2021.

ASSFALG were with his partner Sijalon at the Metal Madrid from the 17.11. - 18.11.2021

In the last week of October, we were at Gerima for training to learn about the latest trends.

Make 1 out of 2! "New" solid carbide contour cutters and guide ball bearings from Assfalg!

Training "Lifting Magnets "Assfalg's world of lifting magnets - simply explained!

Assfalg's world of clamping technology - simply explained!

The ASO 650 is equipped with a new cutter head or disc cutter.

Live in action at the presentation of our magnetic lifting and clamping products.

We are working at full speed on our machining catalogue for 2021.

A unique corporate incentive with unforgettable experiences and moments in Austria that connect.

To avoid plastic, alternatives have to be found that are more cost-intensive, which is why we raise the packaging costs in part.

To avoid plastic, alternatives have to be found that are more cost-intensive, which is why we raise the packaging costs in part.