Our mission is to protect people - whether professionals on the construction site or do-it-yourselfers in the hobby cellar!
That's why we make products that are normally used in industry accessible to private individuals as well.
Through our many years of cooperation with the major occupational safety manufacturers Dräger, Honeywell, MSA and uvex, we have learned a lot!
Today, we also sell our own workwear and many other occupational safety products under our own brand ACE.
We are particularly well-known for our breathalysers - here we are the market leader in the German-speaking countries!
We believe that safety is multifaceted.
Our protection concept is divided into three sectors: Alcohol measuring technology, gas warning technology and occupational safety!
Of course, we only sell products that are approved in Germany / the EU according to the current EN standards.
In all three areas, we not only offer you a wide range of products, but also various services!
In our service laboratory in Freilassing, we calibrate breathalysers, and through our partner Move Orange we provide training on gas detectors.
Diversity is not only important to us in the range of our products!
That is why the team at ACE is multinational, our employees have a wide range of cultural backgrounds.
With us, you will always find a personal contact person, whether via e-mail or on the phone!
We want to constantly improve and make our processes more efficient, sustainable and customer-friendly.
Therefore, we have introduced a quality management system according to DIN EN ISO 9001 as well as an environmental management system according to DIN EN ISO 14001!
Sustainability is also an important pillar of our corporate culture.
Since June 2023, our office and warehouse operations have been running on solar power!
We produce more electricity than we consume ourselves - we feed the surplus electricity into the Bavarian grid.
Our solar power system produces the annual electricity needs of 30 to 35 households!
Electric charging stations for our e-company cars (and those of visitors) are also fed via our own "power plant".