Ernst Pennekamp GmbH & Co. OHG

Königsfelder Str. 38-42, 58256 Ennepetal
Telephone +49 2333 605-0
Fax +49 2333 605-200


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THERMPROCESS 2015 hall map (Hall 10): stand E78

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THERMPROCESS 2015 fairground map: Hall 10

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 03  Componentes, equipment and other supplies
  • 03.02  Heating
  • 03.02.01  Electric heating devices
  •  Resistance heating devices

Resistance heating devices

  • 03  Componentes, equipment and other supplies
  • 03.02  Heating
  • 03.02.03  Gas firing equipment
  •  Burner


  • 03  Componentes, equipment and other supplies
  • 03.03  Handling and transmission technology
  • 03.03.01  Conveyors
  • 03  Componentes, equipment and other supplies
  • 03.07  Controlling and automatisation
  • 03.07.01  Electrical equipment

Electrical equipment

Our products

Product category: Conveyors

Ware Transfer WT

This Ware Transfer is designed to fulfil the requirements of today’s high performance production lines.

The reliable drive unit is operated by one motor of the IS machine synchronization system.


  • easy transfer finger replacement
  • mechanical differential gear to manually advance or retard the transfer finger (during operation)
  • available from 12 to 36 transfer fingers depending on production requirements
  • drive with quick change of transfer head
  • height and position adjustable base to meet the ware handling demands


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About us

Company details

The company was founded by Mr. Pennekamp an engineer for the glass industry specialised in melting and annealing. The, at that time young company, developed fast in the area of annealing lehrs by introducing new technologies, high quality and innovative designs to increase performance.

The growing company invested in the design and manufacture of handling system for glass and is now operated in the third generation. With the construction of the new facility in 2003, Pennekamp managed to adapt to the continuously changing demands in the glass industry and optimised the manufacturing cost by using latest fabrication technologies. Therefore, we may still use the term: “Made in Germany”.

The management of Pennekamp realised the changing demands in the glass industry and pushed for the development of reliable machinery for all areas of the fully automated glass industries.

Today, Pennekamp is one of the major manufactures of lehrs and hot end handling equipments in the various glass manufacturing and processing industries.

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