URACA acquires Nürtinger manufacturer of high-pressure cleaning devices Dynajet

URACA GmbH & Co. KG. Together, both companies set a new benchmark and offer a product range of mobile high-pressure cleaning units from 150 bar up to high-end systems in the ultra-high pressure range. "We are thus creating further prerequisites for long-term success in the market for high-pressure cleaning," continues Stöhr.

URACA and DYNAJET are both from Baden-Württemberg's home of invention and have been cooperating for a long time. Of course, DYNAJET also uses the high-quality plunger pumps from URACA for its high-pressure washers. Gunter Stöhr is confident: "With DYNAJET we receive a high-quality developer and manufacturer of high-pressure water cleaners in the professional segment. We are thus strategically and consistently expanding our current product and service portfolio. " DYNAJET remains under URACA as an independent brand. The DYNAJET employees will continue to develop and manufacture the proven high-pressure water cleaners at the company headquarters in Nürtingen. Customers benefit from the bundled solution expertise of both companies. Andreas Fellmann, Managing Director of DYNAJET, is very pleased: "Thanks to URACA, DYNAJET has tremendous development and innovation potential. This will provide our customers with an expanded product range and new applications. "

With the acquisition of Dynajet, the German pump manufacturer continues to expand its market position in cleaning technology with its 125-year history.

DYNAJET, founded in 2001, develops professional high-pressure water cleaners and accessories for a wide range of industries and applications - from chewing gum removal, to cleaning construction equipment, to refurbishment of concrete. The range of high-pressure water cleaners ranges from 150 to 3,000 bar. DYNAJET high-pressure cleaners and accessories enable universal application possibilities for sectors such as construction, renovation, municipalities, cleaning service providers, shipyards as well as agriculture and forestry. Since 2013, DYNAJET has been headquartered in Nürtingen near Stuttgart.

URACA is a traditional industrial enterprise that was founded in 1893 in Bad Urach. The independent, medium-sized company currently employs about 330 people, including 21 apprentices. The turnover amounts to approx. 70 million euro, the export portion amounts to more than 70 per cent. URACA pumps are used in almost all industrial sectors, but especially in chemical and petrochemical industries as well as in heavy industry.

The focus of URACA's business activities is the design and manufacture of high-pressure plunger pumps and pump units for operating pressures up to 3,000 bar and drive capacities of up to 2,600 kW as well as complex high-pressure cleaning systems.