Hallströms Verkstäder improves its products by reducing pressure drops and optimising flows with simulation

Hallströms Verkstäder

Hallströms is an excellent example of how simulation can be used to improve the function of a product.

Symetri’s simulation team works daily to help customers use the product knowledge they have and develop their work with virtual prototypes by offering tools for simulation, analysis and stress calculations.

“Hallströms is an excellent example of how simulation can be used to improve the function of a product. With the results, we were able to go into the equipment virtually and see what is happening and thereby also understand the phenomena behind it. With this understanding, it is much easier to take the product development in the right direction.” Sven Eriksson, Symetri’s simulation experts with more than 20 years’ experience in the industry. 


Recreating reality

Simulation can recreate reality in a virtual environment, developing a digital prototype in which you can place sensors afterwards and visualise it in a way that everyone can understand. The aim is to easily be able to show, sell and draw conclusions about the final result long before production starts and the final products are ready.

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