Company’s new Static Dancer Roller gains international recognition
Sjogren Industries was recently featured in Wire Magazine’s online edition with a story highlighting the rollout of its innovative Static Dancer Roller (SDR).
The Static Dancer Roll replaces the conventional dancer roller or tuner roller on a wire drawing machine. With the conventional roller, the combination of high heat, draw lube contamination, and general wear causes wire surface scratching, ball bearing seizure, and constant maintenance.
Based in Germany, Draht (translated to “wire”) is both a printed and online magazine serving the spring, wire and cable industry. The publication promotes the exchange of information and helps forge contacts between outfitters and suppliers, service companies, buyers and researchers.
Founded in 1927 by Oscar Sjogren, the company has long been an innovator in the design and manufacturing of customized solutions for the wire tooling trades.
As a Swedish immigrant working in a wire mill in Worcester, MA, Sjogren had an idea that would change the wire and cable industry forever. He designed a tool that would make him better at his job and he had the integrity to show that tool to his supervisor.
After selling the tool to the mill, Sjogren used it in his daily work. It was the first of series of innovations that would eventually lead to Sjogren forming his own company.
Today Sjogren Industries delivers high quality machinery, tooling and accessories to a worldwide customer base with distributors located in Europe, South Africa, Asia, and Mexico.
For more information on Sjogren’s innovative product line, contact Keith D’Amato at firstname.lastname@example.org.