TERCO was founded in 1963 and is today a major manufacturer and provider of equipment for engineering education.
Our equipment is used at various levels for training and advanced post-graduate courses at technical schools, universities, organizations and industrial training centers all over the world.
TERCO is today represented in more than 60 countries worldwide and our products have always met recognition for high quality and durability and meeting the technical demands of today´s industry. With our products for training in Power Technology we maintain a close cooperation with ABB, a world leader in Electrical Engineering.
Terco is situated in Stockholm, Sweden, more specifically the Pyramidbacken at Kungens Kurva.
TERCO has comprehensive Engineering Training Equipment for the Power Systems Laboratory covering:
TERCO has different training systems within electrical machines and motor control:
Terco provides a complete range of equipment for training in Analogue Electronics, Digital Electronics and Power Electronics for complete Electronics Laboratories as well as laboratory equipment for DC, single-phase AC and 3-phase AC in basic electricity.
Terco provides different types of training equipment within electrical installation and fault finding. The equipment can be used in Vocational Training Laboratories, Technical Colleges, Polytechnics and Universities especially for hands on training.
Terco has a comprehensive programme within Control Technology and Automation covering PLC, Mechatronics, Pneumatic & Controls, Servo Systems and Stepper Motors.
Our Material Testing Equipment for the testing of materials properties is conveniently compact and covers Twist & Bend Testing, Tensile & Brinell Testing, Fatigue Testing and Impact Testing.
In a changing world, It’s good to be prepared for the unexpected. In most countries the education changes with society demands. The number of students will always differ as will the carriers they choose. TERCO Flexi Bench is a well recognized solution to build combined laboratory- and/or theory classrooms to meet the needs within natural science- and technical education.