Ymer Technology is a privately owned company, owned and run by its founders and management team.
This means we are not beholden to outside shareholders. We can – and always have been able to – make decisions based on what is right for our customers and not be slaves to quarterly performance results. This approach has let us grow to revenues of about $85 million USD (700 million SEK) in just a decade.
A short and intensive history
|2005||Ymer Technology Sweden is established. Design/sales to big OEM customer directly from production|
|2006||Ymer Technology in Denmark is established. Wind turbine hub.|
|2007||Ymer Technology opens a sales office in France.|
|2009||Ymer Technology establishes a company in China. (Close to the customer)|
|2012||Ymer Technology expands production facilities with a factory for sheet metal and machined metal parts|
|2015||Ymer Technology establishes sales office in USA|
|2016||Ymer Technology establishes Logistic Hub in USA|
|2017||Ymer Technology establishes cooler element production in Europe|
|2018||Ymer Technology establishes sales office in Germany|
We are where our customers are
From the beginning, we have tried to ensure the highest level of service by following our customers and setting up operations wherever they may be. It is an integral part of our culture, a key element in our success, which sees us being present in Europe for European customers, in the US for US customers and in Asia for Asian customers.
This business model is driven by the fact that no two cultures are alike. People on the ground see the world their customers live and work in, allowing us to continuously update ourselves as specialists in every aspect of the differences and changes that influence their world. It produces more effective cooling system solutions, more efficiency (that can be passed along to our customers) and innovative ideas that seldom spring from sitting in an Ivory Tower.
Our organization is multicultural in the literal sense of the word. Our in-house language is English, but we often feel that we speak every language in the world. Vive la difference, that’s what we say!
Crucial quality factor
As we create the turnkey solutions encompassing everything from costings, long-term strategies and appropriate raw materials to finished cooling systems, our customer requirements for quality are paramount. A great idea badly executed isn’t of much use. An asset in achieving the highest quality is our designers and their commitment and ability to fully grasp all the details, however small. Once identified, they can apply their innovative skills to creating unique, customized, integrated cooling system solutions. All that, combined with the customer’s specifications, guarantees quality in all that we do.
Blacklist of material
Below list shows which chemical compounds that are banned and/or not wanted at YMER Technology worldwide.
|Group||Substance||CAS-no.||Toxicity classification||Examples of use|
|Xn; N||Condensator, transformer, substances in paint, sealing and plastic.|
|1,1,1 – trichloroethane.||71-55-6||Xn; N||Solvent|
|1,1,2 – trichloroethane.||79-00-5||Xn||Solvent|
|1,1,1,2 – tetrachloroethane.||630-20-6||Solvent|
|1,1,2,2 – tetrachloroethane.||79-34-5||Tx; N||Solvent|
|Pentachloroethane.||76-01-7||Carc3; T; N||Solvent|
|1,1 – dichloroethylene.||75-35-4||Fx; Xn||Solvent|
|Alkanes, C10-C13, chloro (short-chain chlorinated paraffins) (SCCPs) for processing of metals.||85535-84-8||Xn; N||Processing of metals i.e. lubricants and additives.|
|Monomethyltetrachlorodiphenylmethan.||76253-60-6||N||Dielectric fluid in
|Monomethyldichlorodiphenylmethane.||N||Dielectric fluid in capacitors, transformers and hydraulic
|Monomethyldibromodiphenylmethane. (DBBT)||99688-47-8||Xn; N||Dielectric fluid in capacitors, transformers and hydraulic
|Mirex.||2385-85-5||Carc||Flame retardant material.|
|Benzene in products with concentrations above 0.1 weight percent.||71-43-2||F; Carc1; Mut2; T; Xn; Xi||Ingredient in fuel,
paint, solvents, lubricants.
The ban does not apply
to epoxy in fibreglass
|Processing of metals and fiberglass production.
Soap and lotion.
|2,4,6-tri-tertbutylphenol||732-26-3||Additive to fuel and oil products.|
|353-59-3||Flame retardant material.|
|75-63-8||Flame retardant material.|
|124-73-2||Flame retardant material.|
|Bromochloromethane.||74-97-5||Flame retardant material.|
|Methyl bromide||74-83-9||Flame retardant material.|
|59536-65-1||Flame retardant chemical used in plastics.|
|Diphenyl ether, Pentabromo derivative and
|Fire retardant in plastics, rubber, and electrical goods.|
|Carc1;T||Brakes, insulating material, cement.
|Heavy metals||Lead – The ban does not apply to electrical
equipment for the wind turbine and anti-corrosive paint.
|Brake lining, plastic tubes, lubricant, electric and electronic components.|
|Mercury compounds.||Compounds for preventing fouling by microorganisms,
Plants or animals of submerged appliances and
|Arsenic compounds.||Compounds for preventing fouling by microorganisms, plants or animals of submerged appliances and
|Cadmium compounds –
The ban does not apply to electrical contacts in any sector of use, on account of the
reliability required of the apparatus on which
they are installed.
|Color to finished plastic products and paints.|
|Chrome VI in cement
preparations in concentrations
of the total dry weight of
|Cement and cement-
|Organostannic compounds||Compounds for preventing fouling by microorganisms,
Plants or animals of submerged appliances and