2014

Secure Your Next Breath!

A certified breathing air hose kit from CEJN is compliant with the regulations contained in EN14593:2005 and 14594:2005 and has gone through stringent testing at one of our hose crimping centres. But what is the value of this to you, our customer?

Earlier, CEJN could only take responsibility for our quick coupling. Now, the entire process is certified and each hose kit has the highest safety measures on the market, top quality components and, behind it all, a reliable hose kit partner with close to 60 years of experience. The true art of hose crimping does not only depend on the crimping process – but also on high quality products and experienced personnel.

CEJN meets & exceeds the standard

At CEJN we produce top of the line products because we know that lives depend on the choices we make. Our hose kits come as standard with a stainless steel ferrule, our standard safety locking feature on the coupling and the highest flow on the market. All independent testing states the same fact - with CEJN’s breathing air hose kits, you receive a safe and reliable hose kit with top class quality and performance.

To give you, our customer, peace of mind and to guarantee correct assembly, a small inspection hole has been incorporated in the ferrule. During the quality control we can easily check and make sure that the hose, during the crimping process, was properly installed. You can, at any time, e.g. if your hose kit has been subjected to heavy loads, glance at the inspection hole to make sure your hose is still in safe working order. This is taking safety to the next level. 

Hose kits to fit your needs 

As every customer is unique to us at CEJN, each breathing air hose kit is assembled to your specifications.  We offer three different kinds of hoses, each of which is suitable for different application areas. Choose the hose that fulfils your requirements and we’ll cut it to your preferred length and, depending on your specifications, assemble our high-performance, quick-connection coupling and nipple. 

Before your order leaves our hose kit assembly centre, it is put through several tests to ensure proper assembly and premium performance. Find below our three different hoses: spiral hose for light duty, and for heavy duty we offer rubber and PVC hoses.


CEJN COUPLINGS & NIPPLES THAT ARE USED FOR MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF ENGINE onboard vessels are recognized for their safety, high quality and long lasting durability. Lately there have appeared similar couplings on the market that claim to have the same compatible mating parts.

CEJN couplings, manufactured for more than 40 years, have become industry standard when there is no international standard, like ISO or DIN. Consequently CEJN cannot accept responsibility for any accident in personal injury or property damage that may result when mixing coupling (female part) and nipple (male part) of different brands.

Although there are couplings that seem connectable with CEJN our couplings are not safely interchanged with other couplings that are not under the same tolerances. In order to guarantee the safety we ask you not to mix CEJN products with other brands but to always check for the CEJN mark inscribed on both the CEJN coupling and nipple.



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“We are going to use CEJN all over”


 
 Expensive lacquer damage on their vehicles caused by heavy-handed couplings made Volvo Tuve in Gothenburg open to other options. After testing the CEJN eSafe quick-connect coupling with soft-line cover, the truck manufacturing giant realised that not only could the product solve this problem, but it could also improve ergonomics, economy and safety. By 2015 the whole manufacturing plant will be “Cejnified” when it comes to compressed air.


Tuve, the Volvo manufacturing plant in Gothenburg, is a large site with 1500 employees and has an impressive assembly line. Every day 175 brand new Volvo trucks exit the large gates at the end of the hall. Bengt Birgersson and Benny Reinhardt, who are responsible for the compressed air improvements, take us on a tour around the factory to show the ongoing compressed air transition into CEJN.

Truck damage and energy awareness. The factory in Tuve was struggling with lacquer damage on their trucks caused by the large and uncovered couplings they used at the assembly line. Bengt Birgersson, technician at Tuve, saw the material damages and the customer refunds it caused. At the same time Benny Reinhardt, maintenance technician, had the task on his desk to optimize the compressed air system in order to minimize air consumption. “As we had already used CEJN at some work stations with good experience, we agreed to try the new eSafe,” explains Bengt. After testing eSafe with soft-line covers, they saw reduced damage and increased energy savings. Bengt and Benny were convinced that a transition to CEJN was the right path to take.

             "The cost of compressed air has been reduced with CEJN eSafe"
                     Benny Reinhardt – maintenance technician VOLVO

Volvo optimizes with CEJN. Even if lacquer damage was the starting point when choosing eSafe, the shift is now part of a larger operation. “There is definitely a strong trend towards energy savings and the energy board at Volvo has new energy saving demands,” says Benny, who is a member of the board himself. He continues, “as we immediately saw savings with eSafe due to less pressure on the compressors, we have continued the optimization process with hoses and reels from CEJN.” As Volvo is already seeing positive changes, new measuring tools will be installed in order to track consumption and optimize even further. The goal of Tuve is to have all compressed air products changed into CEJN by 2015 and the process is now part of an reconstruction operation of the entire site called Tuve Transformation. 

Words from the floor. It is clear that Volvo is saving money by changing to CEJN products and working with compressed air optimization. But there is another aspect equally important. “Our staff is very satisfied with eSafe and says that it has facilitated and made the many tool changes safer, as there is no recoil effect. The product is also smaller and easy to disconnect,” says Bengt. “It feels good to have improved the environment when it comes to ergonomics and safety for our staff.”

We look forward to meet you there!

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April

CEJN DO Brasil LTDA
Name of fair: Forind-NE 2014
Web page: www.forindne.com.br
Where: Centro de Convenções de Pernambuco, Salgadinho, Olinda, PE, Brasil
When: April 22-25
Location: G22

May

CEJN Industrial Corporation
Name of fair: OTC-Offshore Technology Conference
Where: Houston, Texas USA 
When: May 5-8
Location: 7426

CEJN Product GmbH
Name of fair: Intertool
Web page: http://www.intertool.at/en/home/
Where: Wien, Austria
When: May 6-9
Location: Hall C / Stand 0338


CEJN Products Far East Pte Ltd.
Name of fair: OS + H Asia 2014
Web page: www.osha-singapore.com
Where: Suntec Singapore
When: May 7– 9
Location: B13

CEJN DO Brasil LTDA
Name of fair: 30th International Machinery Trade Fair
Web page: www.mecanica.com.br
Where: Anhambi, São Paulo, Brasil
When: May 20-24
Location: I, street - stand 540

CEJN Norden AB
Name of fair:  MaskinExpo 2014
Web page:  www.maskinexpo.se
Where:  STOXA, Stockholm Outdoor Exhibition Area
When:  May 22-24
Location: Booth 959

CEJN Product GmbH
Name of fair: NEFTEGAZ
Web page: www.neftegaz-online.com
Where: Moscau, Russia
When: May 26-29
Location: Hall 2 / Stand 21D16-A

June

CEJN Australia Pty Ltd.
Name of fair: Safety in Action
Web page: www.safetyinaction.net.au/perth
Where: Convention and Exhibition Centre, Perth, Australia
When: June 11-12
Location: Stand D35

July

August

CEJN Shanghai Fluid Systems Co Ltd.
Name of fair: AMTS 2014 (Automotive, Manufacturing & Material Show)
Web page: http://www.chinaexhibition.com/Official_Site/11-4867-AMTS_2014_-_Shanghai_International_Automotive_Manufacturing_Technology_and_Material_Show_2014.html
Where: Shanghai, China
When: August 11-15, 2014

CEJN Norden AB
Name of fair:  Elmia Lastbil 2014
Web page:  www.elmia.se/sv/lastbil/
Where:  Elmia, Jönköping
When:  August 20-23
Location: B03:37

CEJN Norden AB
Name of fair:  ONS 2014
Web page:  http://ons.no/2014/
Where: Stavanger, Norway
When: August 25-28, 2014

CEJN De Mexico
Name of fair: Expo National Ferreteria
Web page: www.expoferretera.com.mx
Where: Expo Guadalajara, Mexico
When: August 28-30

September

CEJN Industrial Corporation
Name of fair: Safety Council, Conference Center & Exhibition
Web page: www.congress.
Where: Stuttgart Neue Messe, Stuttgart, Germany
When: October 6-9

CEJN Shanghai Fluid Systems Co Ltd.
Name of fair: Automotive Testing Expo China
Web page: http://www.testing-expo.com/china/english/index.php
Where: Everbright Center, Shanghai. China
When: September 15-17, 2014

October

CEJN Product GmbH
Name of fair: MOTEK
Web page: www.motek-messe.de/motek
Where: Stuttgart Neue Messe, Stuttgart, Germany
When:  October 6-9

CEJN Norden AB
Name of fair:  Scanautomatic
Web page: www.svenskamassan.se/sites/scanautomatic-processteknik/
Where: Svenska Mässan, Göteborg
When: October 7-9
Location: B01:20

CEJN Product GmbH
Name of fair: HPS
Web page:
www.hapes.fairexpo.pl/index.php
Where: Katowiche, Poland
When: October 21-23

November

CEJN Industrial Corporation
Name of fair: Super computing - SC14
Web page: http://sc14.supercomputing.org
Where: Ernest N. Morial Center, New Orleans, Louisiana
When: November 17-20

CEJN De Mexico
Name of fair: Plastimagen
Web page: www.plastimagen.com.mx
Where: Centro Banamex, Mexico City, Mexico
When: November 18-2

December

CEJN Products Far East Pte Ltd.
Name of fair: OSEA 2014 
Web page: www.osea-asia.com
Where: Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
When: December 2-5 
Location: B2, BM4-04

CEJN Product GmbH
Name of fair: DeLuTa
Web page: www.deluta.de
Where: Münster, Germany
When: December 5-6