Deublin Company is the leading manufacturer of Rotating Unions – a mechanical device that allows transfer of pressurized fluid from a stationary source into rotating machinery for heating, cooling or transfer of fluid power.
Deublin’s entree into the Rotating Union market was its unique design that incorporated balanced mechanical seals. The then innovative design was immediately accepted by the industry and this began the growth of the company.
Rotating Union applications include Air Clutches, Gear Boxes, Machine Tool Spindles, Textile Equipment, Rubber & Plastic Manufacturing Machinery, Steel Continuous Casting Machines and Paper Machine Calender stacks.
In 1989 Deublin product line was expanded to include Steam Joints and Siphon Systems for Paper Machine Dryer Cans. At present, Deublin's product line now includes a full range of Electrical Slip Rings used for the purpose of conducting electrical current or signal into rotating machinery.
With its world headquarters in Waukegan – a suburb of Chicago, IL – Deublin spans the world with wholly owned subsidiaries in Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom. In the rest of the world, Deublin products and services are available through Authorized Distributors.
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The design was finished in headquarters so no creative part in this company in China
I applied through college or university. The process took a week. I interviewed at Deublin (Waukegan, IL).
The process was very straight forward. I had an initial interview on campus, and followed up with an onsite interview. The onsite interview began with a tour of the facilities, as well as meeting a few of the employees. All of the questions were behavioral, ie. they give you a situation and you respond with your previous experience. No one was trying to stick you in a corner, and were very friendly through the entire process. There was quite a long peronsality test after everything was done, and before the offer. It was about three hours long, all done online.
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