NORDBORG, Denmark – Danfoss Power Solutions, a leading global supplier of mobile and industrial hydraulics as well as electric powertrain systems, has launched a range of high-performance hydraulic crimping equipment and tooling in Europe. Designed to help customers and partners manufacture reliable hose assemblies, the tools now available include crimping, cutting, insert pushing, marking, and skiving machines.
With the launch of its tooling portfolio in Europe, Danfoss now offers easy access to the best-suited machines for its leading hose brands, including Aeroquip®, Boston®, Synflex™, and Winner™. Using tooling matched to specific Danfoss hoses and fittings accelerates production speeds, ensures optimal assembly performance, and minimizes the risk of assembly errors that can cause leaks or safety issues. Furthermore, Danfoss provides clear technical guidance on compatible hoses and fittings, as well as the best assembly methods for each hose in its portfolio, saving customers and partners significant time and effort.
“Tooling is an investment that’s crucial to get right,” said Salih Karayagiz, EMEA product manager, Rubber Hydraulic Hose and Fittings, Danfoss Power Solutions. “With our broad portfolio of high-quality machines and matched hoses and fittings, we can help customers and partners identify right-sized solutions, both financially and technically, to meet their needs. They’ll benefit from an optimal technical match, while saving time and resources that would otherwise be spent researching appropriate tooling.”
The new tooling portfolio features a broad range of equipment ideal for varied working environments, from mobile workshops to full hose assembly manufacturing branches. Seven manual, workshop, and production line crimping machines form the core of the portfolio, along with a wide range of accessories. These versatile and durable machines use the popular open-throat design, enabling easier and faster crimping of even 90-degree elbow pieces without the need to remove all the dies. The ability to mount machines on work vehicles makes the crimpers even more adaptable, allowing hose assemblies to be created at the application site.
The tooling portfolio is backed by an array of support services, including repair, recalibration, warranty, and a contact hotline.
“From field work to high-volume production, our tooling portfolio can meet any need and help drive long-term return on investment by reducing costs and increasing efficiency,” added Karayagiz. “We also remain committed to engineering new tooling capabilities, such as digital connectivity, to help customers further decrease costs and become even more efficient in the future.”