Nitronic is a globally, leading niche-market supplier of high precision cable stripping machines and innovative hardness testers. Nitronic sees itself as a partner to its customers, accompanying them through every stage of their product's life cycle – from product launch and growth, through maturity and all the way to product phase-out. The company's customers benefit from over 20 years' experience of developing and producing wire processing solutions. Nitronic's reliable, high-performance stripping machines and tools meet the highest standards of precision and cost-efficiency.
Nitronic's customers are typically globally operating companies that hold leading positions in their industries. Nitronic's solutions enable them to sustainably optimize their production processes, thereby strengthening their leadership. Nitronic's customers operate, amongst others, in the electronic, medtech, aero, space, military and automotive industries.
Nitronic's operations are divided into two divisions: cable processing and hardness testing. All products are developed and manufactured in-house in Switzerland.
Nitronic was founded in the Swiss town of Nidau in 1977. In the first 10 years, Nitronic developed and manufactured electronic instruments for nuclear researches and for the medical industry. Nitronic entered in the cable processing industry with its cooperation with Stepan Engineering in 1984. Its result was the worldwide first coax cable stripping machine CO207. Further novelties followed and set a new standard in cable processing.
Coax stripping machines: CO207, CO8015, HC207, MP257, MC,252, MP8015
Fiber optic stripping machines: FO7045, FS7030, FS7035
Semi-Rigid stripping machine: SR1000
These products are distributed exclusively by Schleuniger Switzerland.
In 2005 Nitronic presents its high precision stripping tool MiniStrip, which was the first to be distributed by Nitronic's distribution network. It was followed by the ST215 and ST730 stripping machines.Today Nitronic dispose of a worldwide sales- and service network.
An important addition to the cable processing business was made in 2004, with the launch of the portable hardness tester HRC3070. The innovative construction and measuring principle allowed Nitronic to build a tester in the shape of a pen at a reasonable price. This is the most compact hardness tester on the market!
In 2008, Nitronic was converted in the non-stock corporation Nitronic AG. Furthermore, Nitronic moved to its actual location at the Mattenstrasse.