For decades, ROTAMILL designs and produces state-of-the-art solutions that set standards in the area of efficiency improvement and productivity enhancement.
Origin of ROTAMILL was a special technique of grinding sulfur. The engineer Bernhard Plath (from Siegen, Germany) developed and built his first plant after World War II. Core part of the plant was, and still is, a rotating impact mill. This mill consists of both syllable ROTA (abbreviation for rotation) and MILL.
Nowadays, ROTAMILL is a specialist for process plants in the range of exhaust air cleaning and waste heat recovery. With the know-how of the former Langbein & Engelbracht and the former Schrim Wärmetechnik, the knowledge of planning and construction of thermodynamic plants has been further enhanced.
2016: Re-organization of the Group of Companies into the subsidiaries POLLRICH GmbH (Industrial fans) and ROTAMILL GmbH (process plant construction)
2015: Takeover of the intangible goods of Langbein & Engelbracht GmbH
2009: Takeover of management and serviceteams Pollrich
2008: Takeover of Rotamill GmbH by Frank-Martin Bub and the VIGOR Holding GmbH
2003: Takeover of the fan range of Rothemühle
2001: Takeover of the fan range of Spelleken
1997: Takeover of Hensel GmbH
1991: Takeover of Schirm Wärmetechnik GmbH
1974: Foundation of Rotamill Apparate-, Anlagen-und Ventilatorenbau GmbH, Takeover of the engineering bureau Plath
1954: Foundation of the engineering bureau Plath, start with building of sulphur grinding mills