For over 90 years, everyone has heard of it. Many use it every day. But very few people know that “flexen”, a common German verb, actually refers back to an invention developed by FLEX, formerly known as Ackermann + Schmitt.
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The FLEX tools and their accessories are specially tailored to the diverse requirements of metal finishers. This includes the longevity of the machines just as much as their capacity, functionality, handiness, and safety.
The heart beating in any original FLEX is created from the outset in our motor manufacturing plant in Steinheim. This is where a wide range of electric motors are produced, perfectly matched to customer needs. From the fully automated winding of magnetic fields through our state-of-the-art powder-coating line to the precision lathe.
In the FLEX Research and Development Department, all new developments and existing products are tested on test stands and in continuous use to ensure they meet our quality and functional requirements.
Integrated flat-fold filter
Is extremely flat and, different from cartridge filters, does not protrude into the container. Thus the container can be used 100% and the filter remains absolutely dry even during wet vacuuming.
Automatic, time-controlled filter cleaning of the main filter. Enables constantly high suction power and significantly longer working times in comparison to manual cleaning.
The impact-resistant, recyclable plastic housing is tough, light, easy to clean, and corrosion-free.
Reinforced paper bags
Extra rip-proof and safe even with sharpedged and abrasive objects.
Two large wheels and two double-castoring rollers with locking brakes.
In 1922, Hermann Ackermann and Hermann Schmitt started a company in Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt to produce and sell their new invention: the MS 6 hand-held grinding machine, featuring an electrical motor that drove a flexible shaft. This feature was the inspiration for this brand-new tool’s name: FLEX. And this is the origin of today’s brand name and a verb that has become an integral part of everyday German vocabulary: “flexen”.
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