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F’IS is your powerful partner for comprehensive turnkey solutions concerning maintenance and quality control from machine monitoring to the introduction and implementation of preventative maintenance systems.

FAG Industrial Services

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FAG Industrial Services


FAG Industrial Services GmbH (F’IS) – Competence in Maintenance

Headquartered in Herzogenrath near Aachen, FAG Industrial Services (F’IS) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Schaeffler Group and manages all its industrial service activities.

The company’s goal is to support customers in optimizing maintenance planning, as well as increasing plant availability and, therefore, cut overall costs by avoiding machine downtimes.

The portfolio covers products, services and training for mounting, lubrication, alignment, Condition Monitoring and repair or reconditioning of rotating machine elements. A maintenance consulting service and maintenance management as well as the configuration of maintenance planning systems are further services offered by F’IS.

F’IS has made an excellent name for itself in the field of permanent online monitoring – Condition Monitoring. This solution offers an intelligent life cycle service for rotating machine elements such as, for example, rolling bearings. The main area of application for online monitoring – with or without a remote maintenance service – is for machines on which downtimes would cause extremely high costs (for example paper machines), on which damage can escalate very rapidly (for example high speed machine tools) or on which damage would put persons at risk.

F’IS is active across all sectors and has particular experience in wind energy, paper, mining and processing, oil and gas as well as steel and aluminum.

F’IS is represented worldwide and in addition to the headquarters in Herzogenrath, Germany, has centers of excellence in the USA, Australia and Brazil.


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