Huber Industries started in Ohio in 1887. The founder of Huber Industries was a great inventor, who designed hundreds of products in his lifetime, including the “liquid lifter pump” and the well-known Huber Mounts.
Huber mounts were originally designed in the 1940’s for World War II aircrafts. Therefore, Huber Mounts were made to be study and rugged, yet lightweight and compact. The mounts were easy to use and versatile for all kinds of cameras and instruments.
Huber Mounts became one of Huber Industries best known products. From there, the inventor designed dozens of types and models.
Huber Mounts feature a patented DUPLEX-VEE-LOCK quick-disconnect dovetail. This system gives you the ability to quickly remove and replace instrument while maintaining the targeting position of the mount.
You’ll find Huber Mounts in military bases, soccer games, the Greenwich Clock, and even outer space.
Huber Mounts are used for cameras, lasers, tracking devices, testing instruments, and more. They’re common in…
Huber Mounts withstand high-G’s on aircrafts and crash vehicles, while maintaining high-precision on machine vision and smart tracking.
In 1977, Batesville Products, a full-service aluminum casting manufacturer in south-eastern Indiana, acquired Huber Industries. Batesville Products still manufactures Huber Mounts today.
Upon joining with BPI, Huber Industries adopted the latest production technology to further enhance the strength and accuracy of all products.
Batesville Products, Inc. and Huber Industries share common values, vision, and a commitment to superior products and services. For over 46 years we’ve been putting these standards to work for you, and we look forward to many more years to come!