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Since 2001, we have provided support to small, mid-sized, and large companies in 58 different countries - worldwide:
AE, AR, AU, BE, BG, BR, CA, CG, CH, CI, CM, CN, CO, CR, CZ, DE, DZ, EG, ES, EU, FI, FR, HR, HU, ID, IE, IN, IQ, IS, IT, JO, JP, LB, LK, LU, LV, MA, MG, MR, MX, NL, NO, PE, PK, PL, PT, RS, SA, SE, SK, SG, SY, TG, TN, TR, UA, UK, US, UY and UN.

e-service - worldwide: wear-management - free documentation

New Rules for a New Era
New Rules for a New Era

As a member of the world's premier partner in maintenance and maintenance welding you have access to our world-wide e-service.
Join online: wear-management - free documentation.
Individual Membership Annual Dues $ 140.00 or € 100.00 or CHF 140.00
No Annual Dues for Student Membership.

Know-how transfer<BR> for high expectations and big ambitions
Know-how transfer
for high expectations and big ambitions

With the electronic communication possibilities nowadays, there are no geographical limits to create virtual structures.

Serving the interests of our members is the first and foremore objective of wear-management - free documentation.

Project Management

Exchange of experience
Exchange of experience

Exchange of experience and resources: Wear-Management offers an efficient co-operation environment between your organisation and our specially selected experts.

Database: Maintenance and repair welding - for confirming your decisions:

Excellence in wear-management

  • for improving availability and performance of your equipment and components substantially
  • for optimising Life Cycle Costing (LCC)
  • for reducing your maintenance and spare part costs
  • for fighting successfully against important wear rates on expensive machinery components.
  • for repairing and restoring broken steel or cast iron parts

Networking: Maintenance and repair welding

Mining: Successful on-site repair welding in Africa.<BR>
 The repair procedure was written in Europe.
Mining: Successful on-site repair welding in Africa.
The repair procedure was written in Europe.

Global communication with reliable network partners is important for having success in project management.

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  • We provide all information in good faith and without prejudice.
  • In case of non performance of the delivered technical solution, we waive all liability for any consequences.

For further information, on-site training, technical advise or project management, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Last update: September 7, 2015

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