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© Copyright

All rights reserved. Text, pictures, graphics, sound, animations and videos and their arrangement on Bosch Rexroth websites are protected by copyright and other protective commercial legislation. Copying, distributing, modifying or making available the contents of the websites to third parties for commercial purposes is prohibited. Additionally, some Bosch Rexroth websites contain images protected by the copyright of third parties.

Trade marks

Unless otherwise stated, all trademarks on Bosch Rexroth websites are protected under copyright law. This applies in particular to the brands, nameplates, logos and emblems of Bosch Rexroth. The brands and design elements used on our websites are the intellectual property of Robert Rexroth Sp. z o. o.


This website has been compiled with the highest degree of care. Nevertheless, Bosch Rexroth cannot guarantee the absolute correctness or accuracy of the information presented here. Liability for direct or indirect damage caused by the use of this website is excluded unless the damage is intentional or results from gross negligence by Bosch Rexroth.


The intellectual property contained on the Bosch Rexroth website in the form of patents, brands and copyrights is protected by law. Publication on the website must not be construed as granting a license to use the published intellectual property of Bosch Rexroth or third parties.

Legal recommendations

Bosch Rexroth would like to thank you for visiting our web pages and for your interest in our products. Any personal data collected on the websites of Bosch Rexroth will be recorded, processed and, where applicable, transmitted to companies within the Bosch Group for the sole purpose of providing you with individual support, product information or service offers. Bosch Rexroth can assure you that your data will be treated confidentially in accordance with the applicable data protection provisions.

Online dispute resolution (ODR)

Information on online dispute resolution: The European Commission is launching an online dispute resolution (OS) platform. This platform is intended to serve as a venue for the out-of-court establishment of disputes that concern contractual obligations arising from purchase and sale contracts and service contracts concluded online.

This platform is available at http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/.

We do not engage in out-of-court settlements before consumer arbitration bodies.