ReeR was established in 1959 to distribute components for industry, lighting and home automation. By the mid-70’s the first safety sensors were developed, and afterwards the first light curtains were produced.
Today ReeR is both the Italian leading company and one of the main world manufacturers of optoelectronic sensors for industrial safety.
The export activity of the Safety Division outlines the company’s global expertise and its network of skilled distributors provide an accurate support service to their customers based in more than 50 countries.
ReeR is committed to continuously improving its quality management processes by minimizing the defective returns and ensuring a very high product reliability.
Product traceability and production process control are ensured by a ReeR proprietary management software.
Products quality is guaranteed by the TÜV certified Quality System according to the ISO 9001 standard.
Device/Component ManufacturerSafety light curtains, monitoring sensors, laser scanners
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