Brinja and Diab start a new collaboration at Diab's factory in Laholm. Diab is a leader in nuclear materials for various types of sandwich composite solutions. Today, Diab's high-performance nuclear materials are available in applications all over the world, in industries such as wind power, marine, aerospace and transportation.
In this collaboration, Diab has chosen to install Brinja's quality measurements in the factory in Laholm to ensure the quality of production and work environment for employees. The following metrics have been chosen: dust, humidity, temperature and movement. The metrics are continuously analyzed and provide unique knowledge to improve and drive development forward.
The collaboration will begin in April 2021 and will last for approximately 1 year.
"We at Diab always strive for the best conditions for our employees and the highest quality of our products. Brinja's innovative quality measurements give us even better conditions to develop and improve our product and production environment", says Anders Svensson, CEO of Diab AB in Laholm.
"Brinja has taken inspiration from smart home systems, but adapted robust products and services for the construction industry. Now we are breaking new ground in the heavier manufacturing industry where we have seen for some time that our products and services meet several needs. We are very much looking forward to our new collaboration to analyze the production environment so that Diab can make data-driven decisions and work proactively," says Xavier Leon, CEO of Brinja.
The goal is to secure production and the working environment
Through Brinja's quality measurements, Diab can ensure the quality of production and work proactively with the work environment for the employees in the factory. The measurements are made via Brinja's wireless device with built-in sensors. This provides flexible measurements exactly where Diab wants. The collection rate of measuring points can be varied as needed, from several times per minute to every 15 minutes. Diab can prevent damage or risk by receiving warnings via the Brinja App if the set thresholds are about to be exceeded. In this way, Diab can work proactively and focused where needed through Brinja's automated systems.
Brinja is an innovative technology company that works for a safe, sustainable and efficient construction industry and now also the manufacturing industry. With a focus on economic, ecological and social sustainability, Brinja works to build a sustainable society. Since January 2018, Brinja has had customers from the construction industry (NCC, Skanska and Peab) and feedback has succeeded in streamlining several areas around the construction process. Brinja's services provide companies with a safer working environment and can secure construction projects, avoiding manual processes as it is automated and managed digitally. Today, Brinja has grown and developed and can now offer these services:
⦁ Evacuation System
⦁ Quality measurements
⦁ Light Control
Diab is a world leader in the development, manufacture and sale of nuclear materials for various types of sandwich composite solutions that make customers' products stronger, lighter and smarter. Diab's nuclear material is used, among other things, for wings in wind turbines, in the manufacture of boats, aircraft, trains and buses, and in building construction. Diab's material is characterized by a unique combination of low weight and high strength, insulation capacity and chemical resistance. By reducing the weight of the finished product and the need for maintenance, Diab's materials help reduce energy consumption and environmental impact throughout the product life cycle.
Today, Diab is one of the world's largest manufacturers of structural nuclear materials with a turnover of approximately SEK 1.9 billion and 1,300 employees. With 7 strategically located manufacturing units and 14 sales companies around the world, Diab is well positioned to offer its global customers service at the local level. The company's philosophy is to collaborate with its customers, not only with high-quality materials but also with a range of support services that include process development, structural design and training. Diab is owned by Ratos AB and is a member of the UN Global Compact.