Flexibility for maximum performance

Autoclaves and units for vulcanisation

The chemo-technical procedure of vulcanisation has advanced immensely since it was developed by Charles Goodyear in the year 1839. SCHOLZ’ systems guarantee the highest technical level of vulcanisation and cross linkage of rubber and plastic products. 

With more than 50 years of experience in the fabrication of vulcanising autoclaves and complete units, SCHOLZ has become one of the leading companies on this market segment supplying renowned vulcanising companies world wide.

Every single autoclave made by the company SCHOLZ for the vulcanisation of rubber and plastic products is a custom product manufactured according to the individual requirements of our customers. Hence, we take the greatest effort to fulfil all our customers’ requirements right down to the slightest detail. This also applies to services and performances which are not explicitly listed in our delivery program. Talk to us! We will take care of your requests.


Complete autoclaves and systems for the vulcanisation and cross linkage of rubber and plastic products.


  • vulcanisation / cross linkage in saturated steam atmosphere
  • vulcanisation / cross linkage in steam-air mixture
  • vulcanisation / cross linkage in hot air or hot gas

Scope of application

production of cylinders for the printing industry, hoses and profiles, rubber coating / lining of containers, receivers and receiver parts


Construction and fabrication according to European and international regulations

Quality Control System

Application of the most modern production facilities in connection with a proven system for the approval of the equipment through a notified body (e.g. TÜV, Lloyd’s etc.). All necessary tests can be carried out on-site. This guaranties high quality, proven product characteristics at the highest level of safety.

The autoclaves can be manufactured either in ferritic or austenitic steel in any requested diameter and length. In special cases the autoclaves can be equipped with an interior air and/or gas circulation for improved temperature distribution, in particular for “steam-air mixture” and “hot air/hot gas” processing.