Jukola7 brings car body manufacturing methods to massive sheetmetal beam products
Jukola7 Beam Family was awarded PlootuFennica prize at Finntec fair. Jukola7 Beam Family offers massive structural beams made of sheetmetal. Having reduced production costs, the innovation has also become a more sustainable choice.
The sheetmetal products have a large potential as a part of industrial products. They save materials and provide a means of assembling high quality constructions, multifunctionality of which form a stylish ensemble.
A new start-up enterprise Jukola7 has invented the way to increase competitiveness and broaden the variety of sheetmetal products application.
-The solution is a standardized Jukola7 Beamfamily product line. Jukola7 manufactures steel beams with methods traditionally used for car body manufacturing. When a single company manages, sells and promotes sheetmetal constructions on the market, their recognition and affordability grow, – says Lauri Aaltio, Jukola7 company founder.
The innovation will also make both customers’ and engineers’ lives easier as they will be able to buy beams online instead of offline stores, which is more convenient, and construct individual assemblies afterwards.
-The increase and stability of production lot result in reduction of production costs and make the quality more stable too, – Aaltio says.
Careful planning saves the nature
Climate change reduction and other environmental problems are currently one of the central issues for the mankind. Jukola7 Beam Family considers it by responsible planning which is aimed for the decrease of carbon footprint of manufacturing.
-One ton production of stainless steel means 6400 kg of CO2 emission, – Aaltio explained.
The weight of Jukola7 Beam is typically twice less than the one of the beam produced in a traditional way, while its natural frequency is the same or even higher.
– Lower price and less carbon dioxide emission are profitable both for the customer and environment, – Aaltio points out.
Jukola7 Beam Family was awarded PlootuFennica prize at Finntec fair 6.5.2014