Eisenmann's exhaust systems are well-known in western countries thanks to founder Rolf EISENMANN who has always tried to keep up and follow the market demands. Because the company headquarters is close to the Porsche factory, it was obviously the first production of Porsche exhausts.
Here are a few lines about the story of the famous company and its history.
History of EISENMANN:
Developing a unique sport exhaust system for the BMW M3 / M4 series (F80 / F82), which is unique due to the thermoforming feature.
2011. Trade fair presence: Eisenmann presents its portfolio at the renowned International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt. The exhaust system for the new BMW 1M accompanied by a worldwide PR-campaign outstands from the new product developments.
Tradition with a future: Eisenmann launches a retrofit range of classic sports exhaust systems for the Porsche 911 G and F models, the Porsche 356 and the Mercedes Benz SL (R113-Pagode).
Premier: In the summer, with the exclusive conversion kit for the 4.2 litre Audi R8, Eisenmann brings a complete modification system onto the market for the first time. In March, the company presents the aftermarket sports exhaust system for the Porsche 911.
2008. Distinction: Porsche AG honours the company with the coveted Supplier Award. During this year Eisenmann also be celebrates the market launch of its retrofit special exhaust gas system for the Porsche 911, type 997 Turbo.
2007. A tidy business: The company focuses on environmental technology and extends its product portfolio to include soot particle filters.
2006. Committed: Rolf Eisenmann receives the Karl Mommer Prize. The award is in recognition of his commitment to apprentice training.
2004. On course for growth: Eisenmann now also supplies Porsche AG with rollover bars and integrates toolmaking into the company which expands yet again by 200 square metres.
2003. New customer: HWA AG orders from Eisenmann the complete exhaust system for the Bernd Schneider Limited Edition series of the CLK AMG.
2002. New building: A second site in Dieselstrasse expands the Porsche series production by 1200 square metres.
1999. Eisenmann goes into series production: Series production for Porsche AG starts up at the Saarstrasse plant on an area of 1200 square metres.
1998. New contract: Eisenmann now also produces silencers for Porsche AG's 911 series (996 model).
Certification with the quality management system DIN EN ISO 9001.
1996. From tuner to supplier: Eisenmann is by now supplying Porsche AG with tail pipes and moves to new headquarters at Saarstrasse 45 in Hemmingen. A 19-strong workforce with a production area of around 1400 square metres.
1994. Expansion: Eisenmann opens a second production site in Münchingen with a floor area of around 100 square metres. The former one-man business now employs five people.
1991. Pioneering work and breakthrough: As the first company specialising in sports silencer manufacture, Eisenmann presents a one-piece curved silencer developed for the BMW E36. With this innovation, the company is represented at an exhibition for the first time: The International Motor Show (IAA).
1988. The birth of a success story: Driven by his pursuit of perfection, Rolf Eisenmann develops a silencer for his own Porsche – none of the products on the market meet his demands on sound, performance and aesthetic. His new development rapidly becomes so coveted by Porsche enthusiasts that he establishes the company Eisenmann GmbH at Patronatstrasse 1 in Hemmingen producing and marketing high quality Porsche silencers.