Sunfab develops, manufactures and sells components to operate hydraulic equipment within the area of mobile hydraulics.
The company Sunfab can trace its roots back to Sundins Fabriker, a family company that was established as long ago as 1925 and, for many years, was a successful manufacturer of skis. The first crane was built in 1947 by HIAB, a separate company. As time went on, demands increased for greater capacity and, in 1954, a hydraulic pump was developed that laid the foundation for the future successes of the new company, Sunfab.
These days, Sunfab Hydraulics AB supplies companies with some of the world’s most sophisticated products in its niche market. Products that meet stringent quality, environmental and safety requirements and offer functional solutions.
Our Pumps and Motors undergo stringent testing in our own lab and test rigs during production to ensure unsurpassed reliability in the field. Our state of the art production facility employs only the most experienced NC operators and Service Technicians. Our subsidiary companies can be found in Germany, France, UK, Spain and USA.
Hydraulic Motors from Sunfab Hydraulics
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ATLAS is a state-of-the-art TPMS telematics gateway that allows monitoring all your sensors with a single device.
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