Graetz Manufacturing

Graetz Manufacturing is a low-cost American producer of sprockets, shafts, gears, hubs, agricultural chains and other miscellaneous products for a wide variety of industries. Graetz Manufacturing explore the opportunity in other countries and prove that the United States can provide quality products to the rest of the world. We can help reduce the product costs of many of your manufacturing requirements, without sacrificing quality.

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W11094 HWY 64 , Pound , Wisconsin 54161-9298 USA

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Globally (various continents)

This company also provides solutions for agricultural applications.
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For over the past 70 years we have produced a multitude of products used by well-known agricultural manufacturers (Kuhn/Knight®, H&S®, Kelly Ryan®, Sioux Automation® and Meyer®).

We are the original designer and manufacturer of the Hook & Eye Barn Cleaner Chain Systems which was patented by Edward Graetz in 1951. We manufacture and sell complete units and all components for the 400 Series Barn Cleaner System.

Graetz Mfg., Inc. is the original designer and manufacturer of the 98, 98 B, and the 98 C Series Silo Unloader Systems which were patented by Edward Graetz in 1961.

The Graetz Positive Lock Apron Chain, patented in 1968, is used in forage boxes and manure spreaders.

Experience first-hand Graetz Manufacturing’s commitment to customer service along with the superior quality of our products. Thank you for your consideration. We look forward to receiving your inquiries.

C.S. Graetz and Sons was the first official name to be given to this Company. The company was originally the idea of Edward Graetz, and his father, Clarence Graetz. It started as a blacksmith shop which Edward and his father ran to make farm repairs for farmers in the community. The blacksmith shop grew quickly after 1941 when Clarence and Edward designed and forged the first gutter cleaning apparatus. It was a joint project with a local farmer/relative that was interested in reducing barn chores.

After serving in the armed forces, Emmett Graetz also joined his brother and father in the business. C.S. Graetz and Sons changed its name to Graetz MFG., Inc. in 1959 when Loren and Harold came into the Company. This was the start of the Corporation that we have today. To date there are more than 5,000 piece-part products produced for such industries as farming, aviation, woodworking, sporting activities and shipping.

We service many industries including:

  • Aviation
  • Logging
  • Foundries
  • Automotive
  • Marine
  • Agriculture
  • Food Service