The idea for the original enclosure originates
At the age of 26, Friedhelm Rose began working independently as an entrepreneur. He initially focussed on building switchgears. Sales increased year on year. The company was profitable as soon as 1964. 1967 marks the beginning of the "age of enclosures". One of Friedhelm Rose's customers was looking for an empty enclosure for a switch. At the time, nothing of its kind existed. No one had invented it yet. So, Friedhelm Rose gave it some thought and developed the original idea for sealed enclosures. He modified a limit switch box, integrated a small terminal block into it and added cable glands on the outside of the enclosure. The first enclosure was born. The new "enclosure" product group developed progressively.