—-with the contract of PHYWE, SF is an exclusive agent in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.

Otto Hahn, Lise Meitner, Max Planck, Werner Heisenberg, Carl Friedrich Gauß and other world-renowned scientists worked in Göttingen: the city that boasts the largest number of Nobel Prize winners in Germany is also home to PHYWE.

For more than 100 years PHYWE has been developing, producing, supplying and installing

  • scientific equipment
  • experiments and
  • solution systems

for school education and scientific research.

Modern e-Learning systems, software and a broad spectrum of services including training courses, installation services and comprehensive consulting services complete our offering.

Our aim is to facilitate the best possible teaching and training for the knowledge-based, independent and advanced society of tomorrow. That is why we are constantly working to improve our products, keeping a close watch on developments in the education and research sectors and expanding our programme with new innovations.

Our competence, quality and reliability have enabled us to become one of the world’s leading developers, producers and suppliers of training and educational equipment and systems for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Applied Sciences.

More than 145,000 customers in over 95 countries value our experience and reliability, the high standard of our technology, as well as our innovations and our user-friendly and easy-to-operate products. PHYWE is a sought-after partner for schools, colleges, universities, private institutes, museums and research establishments worldwide.

Together with more than 60 PHYWE-authorised International Sales Partners (ISP) – and in cooperation with Lucas-Nülle-Lehr- und Messgeräte GmbH which develops and produces teaching and learning systems for vocational training – we offer you individually tailored solutions from a single source.

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