Brinkmann - History of Brinkmann

History of Brinkmann

2013

Writing history, shaping the future. Together with its customers, Brinkmann celebrates the 45th birthday of Estrich Boy with a limited edition.

2012

Brinkmann is integrated in the Putzmeister Group as an independent brand and independent company as a specialist for screed delivery machines.

2009

The new generation of the Estrich Boy pneumatic conveyor with adjustable power is presented at an in-house exhibition - at the touch of a button the power of the Estrich Boy 450 Bluepower can be temporarily increased.

2007

New features of the screed specialist presented at Bauma 2007 in Munich - Presentation of a completely revised Estrich Boy generation.
The new generation of the pneumatic conveyor in the familiar range:

  • Estrich Boy 450 with environment-friendly 3-cylinder diesel engine
  • Estrich Boy 550 with high-performance 4-cylinder diesel engine
  • Estrich Boy 450E with electric motor
  • Estrich Boy 550H with hydraulic drive

Also available in the silo connection version or with feeder / feeder and scraper.

With the new generation of the mobile liquid screed delivery machines, the TransMix 3200FE, Brinkmann sets new standards for the fully automatic transport, mixing and conveying systems at the international trade fair.

2003

The first TransMix 8x4 - the screed factory on four axles - rounds off the diverse offering in the TransMix area.

1998

Expansion of the product portfolio for liquid screed - the TransMix semi-trailer with integrated auger pump for the fully automatic pouring of liquid screed.

1997

As a successor to the FHO series launched in 1982, the FHS series sets new standards for the delivery of liquid screed - the fully hydraulic liquid screed auger pump FHS200.

1991

The launch and successful market introduction of the DC 43 type, a classic among screed pneumatic conveyors.

1990

Brinkmann revolutionises the screed industry - the first TransMix semi-trailer, a fully automatic screed factory on wheels.

1989

Participation at BAUMA in Munich with the presentation of numerous innovations and new types of machines.

1988

Continuous further development of the product portfolio -  type DC 54; 4-cylinder engine with air capacity of 5 m3/min. 

1981

Das erste vollautomatische Silosystem für Zementestriche.

1979

Brinkmann focussed early on innovations with the first Estrich Boy pneumatic conveyor with a low-maintenance worm compressor. This technology is very popular today and used in many applications.

1971

The first Estrich Boy with electric motor

1968

Exemplary, competent service is a high priority right from the start

1968


The first marketable Estrich Boy pneumatic conveyor - birth of one of today's most successful screed conveyors in Europe

1967
BRINKMANN is founded



 

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