NFPA Company Profile: Hartmann Controls, Inc.

NFPA Company Profiles for NFPA News

With NFPA membership at an all-time high, publishing a short profile of an NFPA member each week is one way for us to highlight the diversity and strength of our industry. Today’s company is Hartmann Controls, Inc.

Hartmann-Controls-logoHartmann Controls, Inc. manufactures a variety of products for the fluid power industry. Its principal products are variable displacement axial piston pumps from 0.8 cc to 190 cc and hydraulic servomotors from 6 cc to 125 cc. These products are sold into the mobile and industrial markets.

Henry Guenther, President, is a regular attendee of both the NFPA Industry and Economic Outlook Conference and NFPA Regional Meetings. An NFPA member since 1981—34 years!—Hartman Controls also participates in NFPA’s State of the Fluid Power Industry Survey and the NFPA Customer Market Survey.

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