System optimisations

Would you like to optimise your system? We offer reliable advice with our extensive experience in system development. Our solutions are based on a precise analyse of your products and show possible potential for optimisation. Is your system suitable for series production? Can production assembly or manufacture be simplified? Our experienced project managers can write a requirement specification with you and accompany each step of the cooperation.


We would like to show you an example of a system optimisation process:

Step 1: Functional model

Our customer came to us with the following idea: he wanted to distribute a fluid from one conveying unit to two containers. The connection points of the assembly and the desire to implement this solution with EXMAR products are given. In the first draft, male adaptor fittings with conical threads were used, which were to be sealed with an additional sealant.

Step 2: Prototype

In order to guarantee the sealing of the male adaptor fittings and a uniform screw-in height of the assembly even after repeat assembly, we have exchanged the conical for cylindrical threads with sealing edge. Tapered elbow fittings allow easy adjustment of the alignment.

- conical male threads with additional sealant
- many short tube sections
+ standard articles in stock

+ cylindrical male threads with sealing edge for defined installation height
+ reduction of the installation height due to elbow fittings with male adaptor connector

Step 3: Series

The final version uses a solder assembly that eliminates both the elbow and central T-fitting. This significantly reduces the number of sealing points. The customer receives this assembly from EXMAR ready for installation.


The graphs show how assembly time, number of sealing points and number of articles to be managed have changed in the course of the project for the benefit of the customer.

+ bent tubes replace elbow fittings and eliminate sealing points
+ distributor replaces T-fitting
+ soldering assembly eliminates sealing points