WAGO Korea Co., Ltd.

Anyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, 
Korea (South)
http://www.wago.co.kr
  • Booth: C462

Welcome! Thank you for your visiting, WAGO Korea Booth

Since its establishment in 1951, WAGO has been pioneering innovate connection system in electrical engineering and Automation. The idea for a screw-less termination system was born in 1951; the first terminal blocks with spring clamp termination technology were presented at the Hanover Fair the same year.

Precisely designed and manufactured, spring-loaded connections not only guarantee a faster and easier connection, but also offer a higher safety level since the contact quality is largely independent of operator skill.

Now, WAGO is the leading specialist of Spring Pressure Termination Technology and is providing components for automation technology. In 1977 the success story of the CAGE CLAMP ® began - "vibration-proof, fast and maintenance-free connections." Safe operation for countless devices, systems and installation depends on the unconditional reliability of our products.  

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