Production & Quality Control

Functional tests & documentation

Field tests & laboratory tests

Analysis leads to concept design

The need or problem is analysed

From Customer Need to Finished Solution

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Engineering by CEJN

Close cooperation with the customer is essential for a successful project. CEJN’s skilled Application Experts translate customer needs into viable product solutions, while the Design Engineer is the source for custom-made prototypes, small batch runs and special materials. Then, the vision is transformed into a physical product using our ultra-modern CNC machines, followed by stringent testing in our laboratory before delivery to you.

Additional engineering solutions are available in our Engineering folder, access the pdf here.

Unique Engineering Solutions by CEJN

Blind-Mate Coupling for Thermal Control

DLC is a specially designed liquid cooling product for use in industrial thermal management systems for data centres, power electronics, digital broadcasting/tele- communications equipment, medical...

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SSMQC - Subsea Multi-Quick Connector

The SSMQC is a further development of our popular multi-plate series Multi-X. This specially-designed Subsea Multi-Quick Connector is ROV-optimised, 100% spill-free and adapted to withstand high...

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Multi-X for the Offshore Segment

CEJN’s Multi-X Stainless Steel is a hydraulic multi-plate coupling (MQC) designed for the offshore market. As with our traditional plates it has been developed to facilitate the work of the operator...

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Multi-Plate for Bus Heating

CEJN’s P8 Multi-plate is a hose manifold that connects to a parked bus, supplying it with hot water (antifreeze), compressed air and electrical power for heating purposes, which saves money and...

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Multi-Connection for Paper Mill

By integrating the connection lines in a specially designed multi-connection nipple plate, the customer obtained a secure connection that eliminated cross-connection problems without compromising on...

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Multi-Plate for Press Hardening

CEJN has designed a multi-plate solution for the press hardening business that eliminates the risk of cross-connection. The plate links the press and tool together automatically using five quick...

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Auto-Coupling Unit for Welding Robots

The custom-designed Robot auto-coupling unit is a solution that was created for the robotic segment to eliminate misalignment due to damaged couplings. CEJN has developed a total solution that...

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Unique Engineering Solutions by CEJN

Production & Quality Control

Functional tests & documentation

1. Testing

Laboratory tests
The prototype or product is now subjected to meticulous testing, as pulse tests, burst tests and other tests are necessary to guarantee a safe product that performs well. All tests are conducted in CEJN’s advanced laboratory containing everything from flow testing equipment to climate chambers for temperature tests.

Field testing
The product or prototype is now sent to the customer for an authentic field test. A plan is produced together with the local CEJN sales office Project Manager outlining the duration of the testing period and what kind of measurable goals the product needs to achieve. The entire testing process is monitored by the Project Manager, and once completed the product or prototype is sent back to CEJN’s head office for a final review. An evaluation is performed to ensure that we were able to solve the customer’s problem.

Adjustments
If further adjustments are required during the testing period or if new requirements are added during the evaluation phase, the product or prototype is sent back to the design engineer. A new testing period will follow.   

2. Design & Concept Solution

Design proposal
After an internal evaluation the specification is forwarded to the design engineer, who produces a design proposal. The design engineer comes up with a solution that is presented to the customer, together with a 3D model. If the customer is satisfied with the proposal, an agreement is reached and CEJN presents a quote.

Prototyping
Prototypes are produced if requested by the customer or if the project is complex enough to demand one. To reduce lead times and ensure safer handling, prototypes are made in-house.

3. Customer request

Pinpointing customer requirements
In an engineering project the customer initially contacts the local sales office, after which CEJN will appoint a Project Manager who will follow the project from start to finish. During this phase of the project communication is key. The Project Manager acts as a consultant and carries out research, as well as determining what the problems or possibilities are, while also taking into account customer demands, etc. Potential solutions will often be proposed at the first physical meeting.

Business evaluation
The next step is an internal specification from the Project Manager to CEJN’s head office in Skövde in Sweden and to the Product Manager. A business evaluation is performed to determine whether CEJN has the capacity to satisfy the customer’s requirements technically and financially.

4. The process

Pinpointing customer requirements

In an engineering project the customer initially contacts the local sales office, after which CEJN will appoint a Project Manager who will follow the project from start to finish. During this phase of the project communication is key. The Project Manager acts as a consultant and carries out research, as well as determining what the problems or possibilities are, while also taking into account customer demands, etc. Potential solutions will often be proposed at the first physical meeting.

Business evaluation
The next step is an internal specification from the Project Manager to CEJN’s head office in Skövde in Sweden and to the Product Manager. A business evaluation is performed to determine whether CEJN has the capacity to satisfy the customer’s requirements technically and financially.

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