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INDUSTRY SUCCESS STORY Hallberg-Sekrom AB Under one roof: The air-conditioned production plant houses some 50 machine tools of different generations. Hallberg-Sekrom’s quality assurance pros rely on the proven SPC (statistical process control) method. The screen shows the deviation and frequency from the mean, displayed in green between the red lines indicating tolerance limits. CULT OF PRECISION IN TÄBY MOTOREX ORTHO NF-X 15 has the essential performance reserves for the most challenging applications. Quality control is a time-consuming but crucial step on the path to perfect end results. Hallberg-Sekrom’s breadth of production is impressive. Its customers include such successful global enterprises as Atlas Copco. Among Sweden’s long-established metal machining operations, Hallberg-Sekrom AB may well be one of the most successful. Based in Täby near Stockholm in southwestern Sweden, the company has roots dating back to the 1920s, although its relationship with MOTOREX goes back “only” as far as 1998. Still successful today, the collaboration began with a major challenge … Hallberg-Sekrom is a member of Sweden’s HSF Group, one of the leading suppliers of turned and milled parts in Scandinavia. It supplies precision aluminum, cast aluminum, steel, cast steel, stainless steel, brass, copper and plastic parts. Whether it entails manufacturing a single part or a million-piece run, each order is carried out with the utmost in technical expertise and indispensable know-how. Depending on the circumstances, the group uses three production sites in Sweden, Estonia and China. The plant in Täby, Sweden, currently produces parts ranging from 2 to 65 mm in diameter for the automotive, manufacturing, telecommunications, medical device and defense industries. PROOF OF CAPABILITIES, 1998 Ehn&Land AB of Nacka Strand has been importing and representing MOTOREX Swissline industrial lubricants in Sweden since 1998. The company is known through- AN ECLECTIC MACHINE POOL As one of Sweden’s oldest producers of turned parts, Hallberg-Sekrom has some 50 machine tools in operation in Täby. As is often the case, these machines represent a number of different generations. Large runs of relatively simple parts are still produced with precision and extreme efficiency on cam-controlled machines from the 1960s. Directly adjacent are state-of-the-art CNC-controlled machining centers configured for production of complex parts. The machine pool that has accumulated over the years is an eclectic one. A range of cutting oils and emulsions was needed for the variety of applications and materials in use. Users throughout Sweden were calling for universal machining fluids to simplify handling and logistics, and Hallberg-Sekrom was no exception. WITH TWO MACHINING FLUIDS These days performance, process reliability and economy are key factors in choosing a machining fluid. MOTOREX has ultramodern laboratories staffed by specialist chemists and engineers at its corporate headquarters in Langenthal. The company’s successful products are a reflection of ongoing investment in research and development along with decades of close collaboration with renowned machine and tool manufacturers. Universal machining fluout Sweden as a specialist in machine tools, providing a variety of services for the metalworking industry. In 1998 Hallberg-Sekrom’s production manager called Ehn&Land’s technical customer service department when problems arose in producing a medical device part out of 1.4441 implant steel. The tool was wearing out after just a few pieces and the result of the machining process was unsatisfactory. When on-site analysis revealed that the cutting oil then being used was not up to the job (as indicated by color, odor and the shape of the chips), a MOTOREX product, the then-current MOTOREX INOX 300, was chosen to replace it. With the switch, an efficient production process was quickly set up and the customer was able to meet its commitments within deadline. And with that Ehn&Land found itself supplying not only machines, but also the MOTOREX cutting fluids that had become a key success factor for the company. ids such as MOTOREX SWISSCUT ORTHO cutting oils and SWISSCOOL MAGNUM emulsions are especially popular among international users. At Hallberg-Sekrom AB, ORTHO NF-X 15 cutting oil and water-miscible MAGNUM UX 400 coolant-lubricant now cover the entire, extremely broad range of machining processes. “With MOTOREX machining fluids and impeccable support from Ehn&Land, we know we have two capable partners at our side.” Peter Jansson, Hallberg-Sekrom AB production manager, Täby THE GOAL: 100 % CUSTOMER SATISFACTION Continuous process improvement, rigorous quality control using state-of-the-art measuring devices and collaboration with capable partners are ideal ingredients in ensuring 100 % customer satisfaction. Of equal importance with these technological success factors at Hallberg-Sekrom is the human factor – the company’s 35 employees have long been a well-practiced team. • 18 MOTOREX MAGAZINE 106 I DECEMBER 2015 19



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