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AMETEK MAE AT A GLANCE

Headquartered in Italy, MAE is customer focused and quality oriented. It has 700 employees and four manufacturing sites (Brazil, Czech Republic, Italy and Serbia).

MAE’s motto is “We design and manufacture advanced motion solutions that keep the world moving.” Its products cover a wide range of blowers and motor types - Universal AC/DC, Permanent Magnet DC, Stepper and Brushless – that can be designed in combination with gearboxes, encoders and brakes.

MAE motion solutions achieve the highest quality and performance levels. Its products are known for long-term reliability, meet the highest industry standards, and offer excellent price-to-performance ratios.

MAE is one of four business units within AMETEK Advanced Motion Solutions (AMS). Together with Dunkermotoren, Haydon Kerk- Pittman and Dynamic Fluid Solutions, AMETEK AMS operates a manufacturing network with 16 locations and 3200 employees that manufactures 10 leading motor and blower brands worldwide.

LATEST NEWS

  • Stepper Motors
    Cost-effective Stepper Motors – Made in Europe!

    Reducing dependencies on complex global supply chains is again in focus for many companies – this is where MAE's European-made stepper motors come in handy.

  • BL42
    BB 42 blower with integrated electronic

    In addition to the existing BB 42 (with integrated electronics for 230V AC), the MAE team developed a new DC low-voltage controller. BB 42 high-power blower with integrated controller is designed to be plug and play, with only a DC-supply or a Battery connection required.

  • BL42
    BB 42 - 73mm, From the first idea to the first usage at customer’s applications

    It was during the first lockdown in April 2020 when one of the MAE’s engineers was sitting at home in Germany and following the news reporting the dramatic situation in Italy’s hospitals. They were showing the lack of respirator system used to treat the corona patients. As a manufacturer of motors and blowers, the MAE engineer asked himself – ‘Why not design and manufacture a blower needed for a respirator?’