Moog Rekofa 

Moog Rekofa designs and manufactures a portfolio of electromechanical systems for the transfer of current, signals and data in rotating devices or structures. The technology can be combined to include electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic and multi-channel fibre optic transfers and is typically used in wind turbines, automotive, industrial and construction equipment. Rekofa was acquired by Moog Inc. in April 2017 and is certified in accordance to ISO9001 and ISO14001.


Rekofa has been designing and manufacturing current transfer systems for more than 100 years. These systems are distributed globally from its headquarters in Antweiler. Refoka's products are used wherever there needs to be continuously rotating transfer of currents, data and media to a stationary component.

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Moog Rekofa Celebrates 100 Years
Moog Rekofa was founded in 1921 and has been building reliable slip rings since the 1960s. Watch our video, below, to learn more about how Rekofa products have evolved over the years and how we continue to work towards making the impossible possible. 

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Moog Rekofa at Bauma 2019
Moog Rekofa participated in Bauma 2019. Bauma is currently the world's largest construction equipment trade fair. The event showcases some of the latest products and innovations in construction and mining machinery to key decision makers across the industry. Participants include around 3,500 exhibitors and 600,000 visitors, representing over 55 individual countries.

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Discover Our High Reliability Wind Solutions

Watch members of Moog's wind team, Steve Black, Fabian Goeden and Adan Cabrera, display Moog's latest offerings including our newest wind turbine slip ring solutions from Moog Rekofa and condition monitoring for slip rings, at AWEA 2019.


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