the centre of Europe
to 12 months
from 15 to 55%
- Rotary Union,
- Standard seals,
- Deublin swivel joints for metallurgy and metallurgical engineering,
- Deublin swivel joints for the printing industry,
- Deublin swivel joints for the glass industry,
- Products for wind energy and hydropower,
- Deublin Rotating Unions for Machine Tools,
- Swivel joints for the food industry
Deublin is a world leader in the production of rotating unions, mechanical assemblies that allow pressurized fluid delivery from stationary sources to rotating machine elements for cooling, heating or transmitting hydraulic forces. The company was founded in 1945 by Luke Dowbler and Dick Lynn. The names of these two co-founders formed the name of the company. At one time, the company proposed a way to apply the pressure technology of mechanical seals, this became the basis for the company's success in the global market. This innovation became very popular in the industry, which led to the rapid growth of the company. In 1989, Deublin expanded its production line to include siphon systems for paper machine drying cylinders as well as steam connections.
Deublin is headquartered in Waukegan, a suburb of Chicago, Illinois, USA. Today the company has about 17 branches. In addition to branches in Germany, Japan and England, Deublin owns subsidiaries in countries such as China, Finland, Brazil, France, Canada, Korea, Italy, Russia, Austria, Poland, Sweden, Spain, Mexico and Singapore - thus the company covers the entire world market. In other countries, Deublin markets its products and services with local authorized representatives.