We are specialises in the manufacture of sealing wads and rings for screwcaps, crucibles and bottles. Our technologically highly developed products are used successfully particularly in the chemical, pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries all over the world.
We claim to be an expert development partner for our customers; depending upon the requirement, we develop individual sealing solutions for all areas of application and welcome every new challenge.
If you are interested in our products or have further questions, please contact us by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org
on May 11, 1864 in Braunschweig by Wilhelm Brodhage. Today, the company is managed as a family-owned company in its fifth generation by Dr. Eva Helmold-Kaselowsky. Changing customer requirements and technical development in the sealing area mean that cork has completely disappeared as a raw material for the company's products.
Today, high-grade plastics serve as the base material from which highly diverse capping and sealing products are manufactured.
The company Brodhage OHG is certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001:2008.
We design and supply sealing technology for modern packaging solutions.
From foodstuffs and cosmetics products to fluids and corrosive substances, our reliable, cost-effective and environmentally-friendly sealing solutions are very much in demand.
In addition to our standard product program of sealing wads and rings, W. Brodhage OHg is able to offer you die cut products in any shape.Read more →
Alveolit is an outstanding material for use as cap seals.Read more →
Non-crosslinked polyethylene foam
Properties: water-repellent, fine-closed cell-structure 100% recyclableRead more →
TRI-SEAL® is a patented three layer co-extruded product: two solid PE-surfaces cover a central layer of foamed PE with closed cells. This structure is a single polymeric unit which cannot delaminate..Read more →
Tresylene is a three-layer material with a core of PE foam and double-sided lamination with PE film. It can also be coated with PET film or Saranex film. Tresylene is particularly suitable for packaging cosmetics and food.Read more →
PTFE is a partly crystalline polymer of carbon and fluorine with an un-branched linear structure with extraordinary properties:Read more →
Uni-Gard™ UG 525 M is a film combination for sealing by induction, which enables a cleanly peelable sealing and sealing of the filling material.Read more →
is a material for sealing with induction. This material allows the sealing disc to be removed from the can or bottle without leaving any residue.Read more →
During the summer of 2014, we organised a competition for Industrial Design students at Braunschweig University of Art (HBK) spanning two semesters. Supervised by Prof. Erich Kruse, 21 students took punch remnants and set about developing possible new purposes for them. Over the course of two months, a number of very interesting designs and ideas came together, making the jurors’ decision a very tough one indeed. The jurors were Dr. Eva Helmold-Kaselowsky (Managing Director, W. Brodhage OHG, Ms. Uschi Lang (Sales Assistant Sekisui Alveo AG) and Mr. Oliver Mette (Managing Director, Logoform design agency).
The winners’ table shows just how close the designs were in terms of quality. But the biggest winner is the environment, because every idea results in a reduction of wasted punch remnants, and we will check out the feasibility of implementing each idea.
Our sincere thanks goes to all participants for contributing great ideas, and also Prof. Kruse for supervising the competition, as well as Uschi Lang of Sales Assistant Sekisui Alveo AG and Oliver Mette of Logoform GmbH for their dedicated engagement with the competition.
Dr. Eva Helmold-Kaselowsky (Managing Director W. Brodhage OHG)
Ms. Uschi Lang (Sales Assistant Sekisui Alveo AG)
Mr. Oliver Mette (Managing Director Logoform GmbH)
Prof. Erich Kruse (HBK Braunschweig)
Katharina Loerke and Elisa Gassen
Group work, 1st place
Sebastian Schärfer and Moritz Seifert
Group work, 2nd place
Benedikt Poser, Bilal Celik, Christian Schüßeler and Erik Gilbrich
Group work, 2nd place
Marvin Schmidt, Ricardo Pilguj and Laura Antrack
Group work, 2nd place
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