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What a typical SECO workplace looks like?

What a typical SECO workplace looks like?

The daily work routine in our transducer manufactory consists of a varied mix of different manual activities. For the production of an ultrasonic transducer, a piezoceramic disk is typically bonded with our in-house fitting material. The transducer is then contacted...

The sun is smiling…

The sun is smiling…

...and of course the large photovoltaic system on the roof of our Coburg headquarters is happy about that. We already draw a large part of our energy requirements at both production sites from renewable sources. And we are constantly working to improve our carbon...

An apple a day

An apple a day

The success of a company depends to a large extent on healthy, satisfied employees. Our employee fruit makes a small contribution to this. Every Monday, a regional distributor delivers a colorful box of fruit to our sites in Coburg and Küps. It tastes good, keeps you...

Transducer production in full swing

Transducer production in full swing

Everywhere you look at SECO, there is plenty to do. All departments are working at full capacity, tirelessly producing thousands of first-class ultrasonic transducers. In addition to our employees, our manufactory naturally requires the highest quality raw materials -...

New year, new construction site

New year, new construction site

Wherever you look, the signs are pointing to growth. The number of our employees has now risen to over 70 people and the order situation also continues to be excellent. However, we have been running out of space for some time now. Therefore, we have been expanding our...

Transducers cold as ice

Transducers cold as ice

Winter is coming... For use in winter environments, we are glad to equip our transducers with an additional heater. This prevents the transducer from freezing and enables reliable measurement results even in ice and snow. The heating is realized by a tiny, built-in...

We love recycling

We love recycling

For the production of our ultrasonic transducers we need a number of different chemicals and precious metals. At the same time, the topic of sustainability and environmental protection is close to our hearts. Therefore, we pay special attention to the quantities and...

25 years SECO Sensor Consult

25 years SECO Sensor Consult

In October 1996, the physicist Thomas Möckl and the graduate engineer Thomas Siebenhaar jointly took the decision to found a company for ultrasonic transducers in Coburg, Upper Franconia. With only one employee and the company headquarters in a 50 m² small plot of the...

The SC049 – Our smallest

The SC049 – Our smallest

With a component size of only 6 x 5 millimeters, we present our smallest ultrasonic transducer - the SC049 single transducer. Its minimal outer diameter of only 6 millimeters makes it possible for the first time to combine an ultrasonic transducer with an M8 housing....

Together against Corona – SECO vaccinates

Together against Corona – SECO vaccinates

​As for the whole world, Corona is also an enormous burden for the SECO family. As a system-relevant company, we manufacture ultrasound transducers for intensive care ventilators. Because of this, home office solutions have never been an issue and the presence of...

Functional coatings for SECO ultrasonic transducers

Functional coatings for SECO ultrasonic transducers

One of our strengths is our flexibility. We are happy to adapt your transducer perfectly to your individual measurement task with optional additional equipment. For example, we seal the front surface of your transducer with our dirt-repellent, scratch-resistant front...