The Mechanical Engineering Committee is responsible for standardisation and research in the field of mechanical technology.

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The Mechanical Engineering Committee came into being in 1971 and works with function oriented standards designed to provide cost-effective, quality-assured construction, renovation and extension projects. Major emphasis is placed on functional safety, personal safety and maintainability.

The tasks of the Mechanical Engineering Committee include raising awareness and distributing and adapting standards and new services in the field of mechanics. Its members actively monitor other companies’ needs and requirements and market the work of the committee. This results in standardised solutions to common problems, procurement and implementation support and coordination of information between clients and suppliers.

Current projects in the Mechanical Engineering Committee

Every year, two to four projects are handled in different workgroups composed of persons from the process industry.
In 2021 the workgroups will work on the following projects:

  • SSG 3340E – Requirements for gears 
  • SSG 3499E – Pneumatic plants. Technical regulations for delivery
  • SSG 3700E – Heating, ventilation and sanitation systems
  • SSG 3853 – Technical specification for gears
  • New guide – Manufacture and welding of supporting structures
  • New standard – Chain conveyor standard

Committee members

  • Ola Jonsson, Iggesund Paperboard, chairman
  • Mattias Albertsson, BillerudKorsnäs Frövi, vice chairman
  • Björn Bergström, Metsä Board Husum
  • Håkan Wänglund, SCA Östrand
  • Peter Hellman, Projekthydraulik, chairman of SSG Fluidtekniskt Nätverk för Processindustrin
  • Walter Garherr, Rottneros Vallviks bruk
  • Rickard Sjöblom, SSG

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