Application of Calenberg sliding bearings for research institute in Lund

The spallation source ESS in Lund, southern Sweden, is a multi-disciplinary large-scale research centre currently under construction and will mark another milestone in material science. This plant, based on the world’s most powerful neutron source, contains the strongest linear proton accelerator ever built. It will be used to look at and understand basic atomic structures and forces in a wide range of materials/substances.
04/23/20

Calenberg sliding bearing for new Bundesliga stadium in Freiburg

The Dreisam football stadium, home to the club SC Freiburg, was built in 1954 and does not correspond to DFL guidelines, which means that it requires special approval to be used for football matches in the German Bundesliga. A decision was therefore made in 2012 to build a new stadium with a capacity of 34,700 seats. After starting the construction in 2018, the new stadium is due to be ready in summer 2020.
04/20/20

Redesign in Responsive Design - the new face of our website.

We are happy to present a modern corporate design for Calenberg. Clear, fast, modern, informative and responsive: the new fresh appearance adapts to the growing demands of the digital world.
In addition to increased user-friendliness, we have also attached great importance to a structured presentation of our products.
04/19/20

Cast off - cruise ship with impressive glass roof

Facilitation of horizontal movements fort he glass roof while at sea and under temperature expansion
The Iona cruise ship by P&O Cruises has a glass roof, making it unique among cruise ships.
04/18/20
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