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ROTH POWER TRAIN Engineering

We are your reliable partner in drive technology for mobile and stationary machines.

Overview of our competencies

Analysis

  • weak point analysis
  • cost reduction
  • benchmark

development and design

  • technical specification
  • calculation
  • 3D-design
  • FEA

Innovation

  • freedom in brainstorming
  • development of concepts
  • creative solution approaches

Prototyping and test

  • prototyping
  • labtest
  • field testing
  • measurement

eMotion in Drive

“Our aim is the passion for innovative and professional solutions.”

A well working team is the basic requirement for a successful development of new drive systems. The composition of competencies of our employees is a further important brick – always accompanied by the idea of an economic and sustainable product development process.

Teambild Firma Roth

News

More capacity and test bench technology

We enlarged our business area from 750 to 1,400 m². New areas for test bench technology and further office and meeting rooms were created.

Energy-efficient functional solution for mobile-driven woodchipper „Engie-Hacker“

The aim of the project is to increase the energy efficiency and the associated reduction of CO2-emissions from mobile wood chippers by creating a diesel-electric drive and an optimally networked control of the drives. Antriebstechnik-Roth GmbH will develop a new drive concept for a mobile-driven woodchipper.

This project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Driven function-integrated soil cultivation tools „Tillmaster“

Based on the state of the art, a driven soil cultivating machine (Tillmaster) is to be developed that achieves both the requirements of the soil processing and the admixture of plant remains and can be used flexibly according to the modularization principle for the seedbedpreparation and seed. From the committee’s point of view, this integration of functions is the decisive step in overcoming the market entry barriers and the generation of quantities for small series. The primary goal of the new solution are function-integrated driven tools.

This project is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).