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We are mageba. As a global specialist and manufacturer of structural bearings, expansion joints and systems for earthquake protection and structure monitoring, we have written a success story since our foundation in 1963.
Unique video of our seismic isolation devices under real earthquake activities.
Watch the journey of the exceptionally large TENSA®MODULAR expansion joints from Slovakia to Romania, where they bridge the gaps in the deck of the new Braila Bridge – the longest bridge over the Danube.
As part of the general refurbishment work of 3 viaducts on the SBB line between the municipalities of Mellingen and Wohlenschwil, mageba supplied ballast retaining joints TENSA®RAIL type STF, specially designed for use in railroad bridges
Your project requires the use of bearings to support a structure while resisting or accommodating movements or rotations – what do you need to know?
Cairo’s new monorail system is being built with thousands of newly developed mageba expansion joint components facilitating the movements of its elevated structures
Die mageba Niederlassungen Deutschland, Österreich und Schweiz freuen sich, am 23. November 2023 das zweite DACH-Symposium in Nürnberg (Deutschland) auszurichten. Melden Sie sich jetzt an!
Your bridge, building or other structure is to be protected against earthquakes by means of seismic isolation – but what solutions are available?
Nous sommes très heureux d’annoncer que mageba a reçu le nouvel agréement technique européen ETA pour notre joint TENSA®POLYFLEX®RapidCure
The recent opening of mageba India’s new manufacturing facility in Kolkata has tripled the company’s bearing production capacity – just in time to supply 36,000 elastomeric bearings for the construction of India’s first “Bullet Train” railway line.
To ensure that our local partners can also provide customers with mageba quality service, a partner training was organized at the company's headquarters in Bulach in August and September of this year.
An ICSBOC 2018 conference paper describes the particular challenges that can arise in the installation of expansion joints in cable-supported bridges, and associated solutions