Oskar Frech GmbH + Co. KG

Postfach 12 03, 73602 Schorndorf-Weiler
Schorndorfer Str. 32, 73614 Schorndorf-Weiler
Germany
Telephone +49 7181 7020
Fax +49 7181 75430
info@frech.com

Hall map

GIFA 2019 hall map (Hall 11): stand D24, stand F21

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GIFA 2019 fairground map: Hall 11

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Foundry plants and installations, planning, construction, engineering

Foundry plants and installations, planning, construction, engineering

Our products

Product category: Foundry plants and installations, planning, construction, engineering

Hot-Chamber Die Casting Machines for Zinc

Frech’s owes its lead in the field of hot-chamber HPDC machines is to many decades of engineering experience.
The purpose behind all our research and engineering efforts is to bring you success – which is why efficiency and reliability are so important to us. Extensive options for customisation mean that every machine can be tailored to each customer’s specific needs.

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Product category: Foundry plants and installations, planning, construction, engineering

K-Series

Frech’s cold-chamber die casting technology has been pointing the way in pressure-tight and low porosity castings production. We have worked together closely with our customers to tailor the K-series to the increasing requirements of the markets.

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Product category: Foundry plants and installations, planning, construction, engineering

FGS - Innovative Die Technology

Using Frech’s patented FGS (Frech Gating System) means that you can considerably reduce your energy costs for the remelting of returns. The FGS is essentially a temperature-controlled melt distribution system which has been built into the casting die. In addition, it is linked to intelligent production process and sequence controls in the die casting machine.

With the FGS you simultaneously benefit from several advantages: It improves the economy of your operations and also quality, by reducing air inclusions and ensuring precisely controlled melt distribution. Thanks to the FGS, the molten metal does not experience any significant cooling or turbulence on its passage into the die cavity.

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About us

Company details

In 1949 the toolmaker Oskar Frech founded a company for the manufacture of diecasting and plastic injection tools in Schorndorf near Stuttgart. In 1965 the founder's son, Wolfgang Frech, a graduate mechanical engineer, overtook responsibility for the company. He was the driving force for the expansion of the product range to include hot and cold chamber diecasting machines, as well as for the international orientation of the company. Today he remains the figurehead of the company as the president of the advisory board.

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Company data

Number of employees

500-999

Foundation

1949