About us

ROHMANN is a leading German manufacturer of eddy current testing equipment and systems for non-destructive testing (NDT). For more than 45 years, we have been developing, producing and selling our technology as a medium-sized family business based in Frankenthal, Germany. Today, our testing equipment and systems are used worldwide in crack, heat treatment, material mix-up and grinding burn testing. We are proud to count among our valued customers well-known companies in the aviation, automotive, rail, energy (power plants, renewable energies) and steel industries.

Research – part of our future.

We develop smart solutions for new tasks and innovative solutions for familiar tasks – resulting in absolute reliability, increased performance, higher speed and cost-effectiveness of your testing equipment. We rely on interdisciplinary collaboration with leading laboratories, technology partners and areas of applied research.

Customer satisfaction is our success.

The satisfaction of our customers is our strongest drive. Full understanding of a customer’s individual requirements and tailor-made products and service are a matter of course for us. That is why we seek dialogue and always ask for “feedback”, because our goal is to meet increasing customer expectations to their fullest satisfaction through continuous product adaptation and perfect service.

Quality is the spirit of our work.

We have an efficient quality management system and have been certified according to DIN EN 9001 since 1999; therefore we can meet the highest international standards. The focus is on the continuous improvement of the qualification of our employees, the ongoing development of all quality processes and the permanent optimization of all technical facilities.

Unsere Geschichte ist unsere Erfahrung

Rohmann – certified environmental management


Fair trade…

Our employees are well supplied with coffee and water. Fair trade coffee helps to create a sustainable and ethical working environment. Fair trade supports producers and helps to improve their living conditions.

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