We provide the world with safe and efficient quick couplings for hydraulics, pneumatics (compressed air), gases, fluids, breathing air, liquid solutions for thermal control, multi-plate connections and custom-engineered solutions. CEJN has the solution for all your quick coupling needs.
CEJN couplings and nipples are recognised for their safety, high quality and durability. As the leading global quick coupling specialist, we take big pride in the quality and attention to detail in every little coupling that leaves our factories. With CEJN you will get high quality and superior performance for many years.
CEJN offers a wide range of products with operating pressures of up to 4000 bar, 400 Megapascals (MPa). CEJN High-Pressure Hydraulic couplings are specially designed for ultra high pressure pumps, rescue equipment and other demanding applications. Extreme pressure demands a high level of safety as a leak or accidental disconnection could cause serious personal injury or damage to machinery. Safety is one of our top priorities and the best way to achieve that is to use CEJN original couplings and nipples only. Although there are quick connectors in the market that seem connectable with our products, they are not safely interchangeable. Only CEJN products guarantee high levels of safety. CEJN has been in the ultra high-pressure business for 50 years, and our area of expertise is minimising the risks while increasing the pressure.
We have a local presence across the globe. Our High-Pressure Centres extend the technical knowledge to offer on-location product support, and on-time deliveries to our customers in all major industrial markets. Close cooperation between the R&D department and our High-Pressure Centres ensures that the market gets fast responses and extensive support to all our competencies in product range breadth, application support, and on-time delivery performance.
Our patented CiS (CEJN Identification System) technology makes safety even more accessible. CiS is a tracking solution in which every hose assembly is chipped and has an individual marking and traceability based on Near Field Communication (NFC). This means that you can not only check technical data but can also view an updated history log: when the hose was first and most recently pressure-tested, and when it is time to take it out of service. CiS is available for iOS and Android on phones equipped with NFC (Near-Field Communication) reader.