LINSINGER has created a tool that enables audio-visual support and guidance from the LINSINGER Service Team in real-time interaction – worldwide!
LINSINGER received the environmental management standard EN ISO 14001:2015 certificate by TÜV AUSTRIA CERT GmbH.
New management: Mr. Günter Holleis, CEO as well as Mr. Walter Kastinger and Ing. Michael Steinkogler, as well as the two technical managers Jürgen Binder and Dr. Stefan Dierneder who also became authorized signatories.
In order to be closer to our clients, our service branch LINSINGER China Trading and Service Co., Ltd. was opened in Taicang/China.
The KSS 3000 sawing machine is able to cut billets with diameter of up to 1,060 mm.
LINSINGER developed the world’s first hydrogen powered rail milling train, which was unveiled at a press conference. Another milestone towards zero emission mobility. The vision of CEO Günter Holleis: “By 2030, hydrogen should be the rule in the mobility sector and not the exception.”
This machine is able to work on steel plates of up to 24 x 36 m.
LINSINGER celebrates its 80th anniversary on the premises of LINSINGER in Steyrermühl, Upper Austria.
New building: Office and training tower, storage and assembly hall development and production of gears for the own machines (Insourcing).
Mr. Günter Holleis is appointed as the new Company Manager.
Completion of a rail welding plant and a facility for reconditioning and reprofiling used rails in Orsha, Belarus.
The Weingärtner Group of companies is transformed into the MATE holding company which becomes part of the parent holding AFW.
The combination of LINCUT® and DPD® gearbox technology allows the cut of steel billets up to 800mm diameter with uniquely low production costs and unsurpassed output capacity.
Delivery of the first electrically isolated milling train to Japan.
Launch of the twin drive DPD® gearbox with added torque, smaller flange footprint and counteractive drive technology for longer tool life.
Delivery of the first stationary Multi-Cut MC3 for faster tube & profile cut-off.
Launch of the LINCUT® Disc Miller after successful completion of over a decade of R&D and priduction trials. LINCUT® combines significantly higher billet cutting performance with greatly reduced operating costs, whereby the carbide tips can be renewed simply with a screwdriver.
Milling machine for the preparation of welding edges on all 4 sides of tapered or trapezoid plates.
Annual audits covering sales, R&D, manufacturing & installation of sawing machines, milling machines, rail processing machines, tooling and customer services
Mr. Walter Neubauer left the business and Mr. Johann Knoll stays on as the sole manager.
Shipment of first rail road truck and rail milling vehicle SF01T-F for metros and light rail traffic.
First LINSINGER-rail milling train in the completely new PLUS-style delivered.
Dispatch of first Rail Processing Train SF03-FFS. LINSINGER´s new business division.
As a major improvement over single large saw blades, LINSINGER develops the Multi-Cut tube cut-off machine using 4 small saw blades mounted on a rotating carousel for higher tube mill production rates.
LINSINGER acquires the technology for autonomous production of special rail vehicles from company Integral Verkehrstechnik (former Jenbacher Motorenwerk). Start of erection of an assembly hall with 1.300 m², where the new rail reprofiling trains are be built..
Introduction of new product line “Tool technology”. Linsinger manufactures and sells the tools for existing customers. With the tool service, LINSINGER offers the perfect after sales service and maintenance of the machine’s life cycle.
Mr. Friedrich Weingärtner and Mr. Andreas Weingärtner form the new Executive Board of LINSINGER.
Development and production of stationary rail head milling and grinding machines; a further step towards the mobile rail reprofiling train.
60 years company anniversary, dispatch of first Rail processing vehicles for road and track (Rail Road Truck SF01F-Truck)
Mr. Walter Neubauer and Mr. Johann Knoll are the newly appointed Company Managers.
Partial take over of the worldwide largest manufacturer of Circular sawing machines company Wagner, Reutlingen (Germany)
LINSINGER is bought by the company Weingärtner Maschinenbau GmbH, which is headed by Mr. Friedrich Weingärtner sen. until 2000.
Introduction of the new product line “Sawing Technology”, in the broadest sense similar to the machining process of milling. Niche products that, based on their dimension, speed and complexity, cannot be mass produced.
Application of the patent for “Turbo Milling”; with this principle new fields for application of the milling machines were created. So from now it is possible to remove very low material thickness (less than tenth mm) on strip edges with excellent milled surface.
Application of the patent for “High Speed Milling (SHF)”; with this patent LINSINGER gained the global leading position for strip edge milling machines. With this system milling speeds up to 40 m/min are possible.
The highly skilled technician Dr. Ernst Linsinger developed the so-called thread whirling and/or whirling units for manufacturing of spiral profiles in rotors. Dr. Linsinger passed away in 1980.
Mr. Linsinger began his entrepreneurial activities in 1939 by acquiring the company HW. Adler Cie in Vienna and thus laid the foundation for today’s company. The company was involved in the production of small electrical engines, switchgears and other small parts. In the following years, the production was successfully expanded by Mr. Linsinger.