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Bartec Safety Engineering

Global Technology – Local Compentency

BARTEC Safety Engineering SRL represents in Romania the German group BARTEC GmbH. Our objective is to provide our clients with access to a wide range of products and solutions for explosion-prone environments at the same quality and technical support that the German group offers around the world.

The existence of a local team of professionals ensures promptness and flexibility in defining the solutions throughout a project: compliance audit, process analysis, design, programming, assembly assistance, commissioning and maintenance.

For BARTEC’s customers in Romania, BARTEC Safety Engineering is dedicated to deliver quality, reliability and connection to the latest technology which translates into solutions that are configured with promptness, on-time delivery and significantly reduced intervention, good communication and, last but not least, optimization of the quality / price ratio.




German Group BARTEC

The history of the BARTEC Group begins in 1975 with an invention: the founder of the company, Reinhold A. Barlian, begins an individual enterprise with the aim of developing and producing a safety system for gasoline pumps. Today, the BARTEC Group is one of the world’s leading technology leaders in the field of explosion protection technology.

The research and development of new products have remained a tradition in BARTEC Group, year after year BARTEC GmbH is being ranked one of the most innovative German companies.


Global Presence


Bad Mergentheim, Germania

12 Production Capacities

Germany, Switzerland, Great Britain, Norway, Slovenia, USA, Italy, China, Poland

> 40 Commercial Representations
> 50 International Partnerships


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Dedicated to protecting explosion risk areas