A company with more than 30 years of experience! AVS Aggregatebau GmbH specialises in the planning, development and construction of power supply units and combined heat and power plants.
Founded in 1986 as a family business from the Ulm area, the company has concentrated on customerspecific power generators since its foundation by
Heinz-Joachim Herrmann and is today both market and technology leader in the field of mobile power generators. “This also includes floodlight units with special lighting requirements. The drive units for all types of construction machinery are characterized by a high degree of individuality in the field of design and technology. Special gensets for military applications, technical aid organisations, federal police and fire brigades demonstrate our high quality standards”, reports managing director Steffen Herrmann.
Since 2007, we have also been developing and manufacturing combined heat and power plants for biogas, natural gas and sewage gas. The main focus here is on the use of MAN and MTU engines. “This additional mainstay was very important for the further development of our company, because up to now we have already built over 400 cogeneration plants planned and built. At the moment there are about 120 employees, this gives us the opportunity to expand our portfolio to be rounded off by a qualified service”, Ute Meßmer describes the development of the company.
AVS has been using quality catalysts for several years already from Emission Partner. “The price/performance ratio is in comparison with competitors Ute Meßmer, splendid, the speed and flexibility in the supply of the catalysts is impressive. We don’t need our own stock of catalysts, as Emission Partner has sufficient stock on hand for standard catalysts. We also appreciate that Emission Partner shares our strength as a reliable partner for customized catalyst solutions and is able to develop and produce quickly. All catalysts have met emission limit values and consequently not only we alone, but also our customers are very satisfied”, sums up Ute Meßmer.