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A partnership made to last!

When entering the factory facility at Danfoss, Silkeborg, production is buzzing all around. Everywhere you look, machines are actively working on modeling materials from one thing to another – everything streamlined to even the smallest detail.

They all bear witness to the massive production that Danfoss is responsible for. But the time has come for a system update of the original manufacturing equipment that PJM delivered to accommodate the new standards of Danfoss’ new line of thermostats.

A collaboration that travels through time
Back in 1991 - 32 years ago - PJM was asked to design the first machine for Danfoss' new line of radiator thermostats, called RA2000. An assignment that was both challenging and exciting due to the complexity of the radiator thermostats. A radiator thermostat may not look all that complex, but it consists of numerous small components that all amount to the final product.

Now - 32 years later - PJM has been asked to do a ‘facelift’ of the original manufacturing equipment as the radiator thermostats have undergone a drastic design change. It is Danfoss’ largest project within the residential business area that has taken place during the past 10 years. Even though PJM is a small player in the renewal, we are proud to be part of something so essential to the development of the Danfoss radiator thermostat. 

Right now, PJM is optimizing the equipment that carries out the main lines of radiator thermostats, namely React™, Redia™, and Regus™ for liquid radiators, and Aveo™ and Aero™ for gas-filled radiators. You can read more about them here.

Some of the new features of the thermostats are:

  • A tactile function that makes the new radiator thermostats more user-friendly
  • A modular design suitable for design variations
  • Increased product quality
  • More energy-efficient usage

As you can tell from the picture below, our equipment is rather complex, as it must embrace every feature of the element in question. This entails that no detail is too small or insignificant – everything has a purpose and is placed in a certain way for a reason.

Read the story, press HERE

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