800th city anniversary in Marburg
Our company location Marburg celebrates its 800th city anniversary!
In the course of this many activities are planned in the city – among others a photo bus in which SÄLZER gladly participated last Wednesday.
The bus, specially equipped for this purpose, invited to display photos of Marburg’s past, present and future.
A series of pictures of SÄLZER according to the motto “From the nail smithy to the global player” was displayed in the Marburg district Stadtwald.
The challenge with doors in escape and rescue routes
Our aluminum door series S2es is now tested and certified against forced entry up to RC 5 with anti-panic function.
The special feature here is the contradiction. Entrance doors must protect against forced entry; often these entrances also fulfil the function of escape doors to the outside. Such doors in escape and rescue routes must be equipped with anti-panic locks in accordance with DIN EN 179 and DIN EN 1125, so that in an emergency the door can be unlocked and opened quickly by simply pressing the handle or panic bar.
When this panic function is triggered, all locking systems are immediately retracted, which, however, considerably increases the risk of forced entry, especially in the case of generously glazed doors.
With specially developed fittings and glazing, SÄLZER was able to solve this challenge up to security class RC 5.
Relief for Ukraine
On Wednesday last week we received a call from our customer in Ukraine, with the request to send humanitarian relief.
Funds therefore were immediately released by the managing directors and the required relief such as sleeping bags, bandages, medicine and medical technology were procure immediately.
In the early Friday morning, Walther Sälzer and Stefan Lauer, drove in the direction of Ukraine. Our customer sent a truck to the Polish-Ukrainian border to receive the goods personally.
Our thoughts are with the people in the Ukraine.
New construction of the Lichtigfeld-School in Frankfurt
SÄLZER was involved in the construction of the new Lichtigfeld-School, which is attended daily by 360 elementary school students, with approx. 103 security windows and doors.
Tradition for a decade – SÄLZER donates to the ‘society for parents for leukemia and tumor affected children‘
For the 10th time in a row, the SÄLZER GmbH and the society for parents for leukemia and tumor affected children come together for the annual donation handover.
In order to think of those who are not so well off in the hours of joy, SÄLZER GmbH renounces Christmas presents to customers and employees and donates the contribution to the society for parents for leukemia and tumor affected children.
The society, which exist since 1985 and in which all board members work on a voluntary basis, support affected children and their families in all matters, such as discussions with doctors or sibling care.
The SÄLZER GmbH donated together with the staff a total of 5450 €.
Additional the Sälzer couple doubled the amount donated by the staff. Most employees also donated their gratuities for special events, such as anniversaries.
We are happy to support this important work again this year.
Handover of the cheques (from left to right):
Tim Füldner, Marion Gründel, Elke und Walther Sälzer, Karl Kreh, Dirk Fleischhauer