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The automotive industry, in which our company operates, is one of the most demanding.Human life depends directly on the quality of our products; therefore, keeping it at a high level is our prime objective.In addition, a variety of security systems offered by today's cars forces us to diversify the equipment and tools that we use during the process of production.For that reason, the solutions that we employ in everyday work include technological innovations, as well as practices tried and tested for years.


Product life cycle



Production processes

Our inflators are manufactured on semi-automatic and automatic production lines.During the assembly of our products, we use the technologies of projection welding, butt welding, as well as TIG and laser welding to connect metal elements.To embed the initiating elements in the product we use a technique of extrusion and plastic injections.All of our machines are equipped with a Poka-Yoke system (i.e. error/mistake proofing). Its task is to detect any kind of abnormalities when running a standard operation.For instance, when a wrong component is placed in a machine, the machine does not start working and indicates a mistake with a sound and light signals.This prevents defects from arising.The Poka-Yoke is an element of Jidoka (automation with a human touch), one of the main pillars of the TPS (Toyota Production System).



Our most widely used group of PLC drivers is the Mitsubishi Q Series, as well as a smaller‑sized FX series.For the exchange and acquisition of production data, which usually occurs in large quantities, we use such protocols as:MelsecNet, Ethernet/IP, or CC-link where the transmission medium is usually a fibre-optic cable, and the data is stored in SQL Server or Oracle databases, or on individual solutions prepared specifically for our production lines.We use Profibus and CC-link networks to control devices from lower levels of the automation pyramid, the Device Net to communicate with the generators of laser beams, and the AS-i standard to manage small subnets of sensors.


One of our lines is based on the Rockwell Automation driver platform, where we use a proven Plc5 series that works with the latest PLCs of ControlLogix type.As for the Siemens equipment, you can find Logo! or the compact s7-200, as well as the s7-300 series for more complex applications.


Multi-axis robots

High precision with which our products are assembled is achieved by using EPSON multi-axis robots, as well as Keyence and Balluff cameras and video detectors which are able to read the position of an item to an accuracy of a hundredth of a millimetre.In many applications the tactile measuring sensors manufactured by Sony Digital, Mitutoyo and Keyence are also used. Their precision of measurement ranges from 2 to 5 um.We also use advanced measuring systems based on laser technologies.

Machine drive control is carried out by means of asynchronous induction motors with Mitsubishi A500 series inverters, as well as Oriental Motor, Omron, or Mitsubishi servo drives.All servo drives are plugged in using dedicated drivers and positioning modules with drivers in order to obtain a high precision control and positioning of elements.

For the purposes of maintenance, as well as streamlining of machines in production and to implement new types, we use specialized Autodesk software:AutoCad LT, AutoCad Mechanical, Product Design Suit (Inventor, along with supporting software) and the Catia 3d software.