Mining, Oil and Gas
Heavy-Duty Products for the Gas, Oil and Mining Industries
Extracting materials from mines, and drilling for oil and gas are major challenges. Operating equipment in these areas is subject to the most rigorous, extreme and challenging conditions imaginable. At the same time, increased productivity has never been more interesting, it is a matter of survival. Machine failure or a serious accident on these sites can have a huge economic impact. With over 40 years of experience in the ultra high pressure business, CEJN provides the oil, gas or mining customer with safe, high-quality, high-performance couplings and hoses.
H2S Series 340 - For a Safer Workplace
- H2S Breathing Air Quick Connect Coupling The launch of a new H2S push-to-connect coupling, Series 340, is a step to meet customers in the demanding area of safety breathing air and cascade systems...
Let's Talk Ultra High-Pressure Hydraulics
Ultra High-Pressure is a powerful medium demanding a high level of safety.The quick connect solution provider CEJN is familiar with the day-to-day routine of bolting, having more than 40 years...
SSMQC - Subsea Multi-Quick Connector
At a depth of 3000 metres it is imperative that nothing goes wrong, as this can have devastating consequences for the environment. With this particular subsea application, the customer was looking for...
CEJN Identification System
Working with high-pressure hydraulics is associated with a danger to your life. Therefore, it is vitally important to eliminate risk as far as possible. When using high-pressure products from CEJN...
Great Balls of Steel - An insight to CEJN's work within Ultra High-Pressure
Working with and developing ultra high-pressure products is not for the faint hearted. It´s a meticulous process based on calculations, a variety of test methods and a mind-set based on 40 years of...
Bolt tensioning with safe, high-performance hydraulics
- With safe, high-performance hydraulics Bolt tensioning is a method of controlled tightening which applies load to a bolt by stretching it axially. Mechanical efforts to create torque are replaced...