Exciting projects, joint success
Buildings are every bit as individual as the people who live, work or enjoy leisure activities in them. That is why there is demand even in the home automation field for solutions that measure up perfectly to these individual requirements.
Whether roller shutters, sun protection systems or doors: our drives and control units can set both large or small in motion.
It's as simple as that. We do exactly what the situation requires. With our CentralControl central home automation system you even have control when you are not at home. Would you like a bit more detail? No problem. Just take a look at a few of our reference customers for whom we have already successfully installed systems.
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BECKER-Antriebe GmbH is delighted to have successfully realised the building automation at its training centre independently. BECKER used the opportunity to rigorously put its own solutions to the test - with success.
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Everyone has at some point stood in their garage and asked themselves the question: How am I going to get everything in here besides my car? Motorcycle, bicycles or workbench – the list is endless. The dentist Dr Johannes Baringer began thinking about this problem when he could no longer close his garage door properly.
When one of the world’s leading manufacturers of modular positioning systems joins forces with a renowned drive and control unit specialist for roller shutters, sun protection systems and doors, it conjures up many different thoughts and expectations – but probably not of a minor revolution in the field of barrier-free living. And yet this is the declared goal of an ambitious project devised by Bahr Modultechnik GmbH and Becker-Antriebe GmbH.
The Chocolate Museum in Cologne has been enticing visitors to the Rheinau harbour near the city's famous cathedral for more than 20 years. Just as old as the museum itself was the awning technology installed in the building's office complex.
The town and commune of Wiltz lies in the heart of the Ardennes in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. This is also where you'll find Becker door drives working day in, day out. When the alarm sounds in the town's brand new fire station, a piece of German engineering always helps to open the 16 sectional doors...
In Luxembourg, for example, C. M. Attert sàrl has benefited from Becker's products and services for many years. Becker's wide range of drive and control technology ensures customers always find the best solution for every application and market requirement.
The originally installed solution – interior Venetian blinds between the panes – failed to maintain an ideal temperature in the rooms that can heat up very quickly. The complex task of realizing a motorized solution for the extra large sun protection elements was accomplished by Becker-Antriebe GmbH.
The current owner of a 19th century residential and commercial building in Cologne, Germany, whose splendid neo-gothic brick facade adorns the corner of an area popular with shoppers and locals alike, was looking for a way to upgrade its appearance with sun protection to match the historical surroundings. But the client also wished to benefit from the convenience and comfort provided by modern-day automation technology.
What most visitors are unaware of is that the Botanical Garden boasts a further attraction which is not located inside the Palm House but on its glass roof structure: the listed and protected shading panels. When it came to replacing a section of the existing shading panels based on the original design, experienced specialists were needed.
The topic of home automation has long since become an essential consideration for homeowners. It was Becker's job to motorise roller shutters on three floors.
Someone who is already profiting from the latest technical developments is Gerd Klotzbach from Mühlheim am Main, Germany. The 65-year-old really knows his stuff. Fifteen years ago he equipped his home with hard-wired electrical roller shutters.