We regularly supply large, fully assembled machines and systems, including pneumatics, electronics, and cabling.

Mechanical assembly

For us, assembly often involves mechanical assembly, which means that we put together different mechanical parts, such as self-made sheet metal components together with standard components, such as locks, hinges, moldings, etc. We assemble various fasteners that are mechanically pressed into the sheet metal. P&M Romator regularly delivers large, fully assembled machines and systems, including pneumatics, electronics, and cabling. We also perform testing and deliver the machines directly to the end customer. Read more about Mechanical Assembly here.

Installation with fasteners

The most common type of assembly is fasteners, such as press screws, press nuts, and press spacers. This is done either manually or with automatic feeding in the machines. There is a wide variety of fasteners adapted to different purposes and requirements. P&M Romator can help you choose the right variety that is both functional and cost-effective for your particular project.


We carry out assembly as:

  • System assembly – finished products
  • Sub-assembly – semi-finished products, or where only some parts are put together
  • Mechanical assembly
  • Pneumatic assembly
  • Electrical installation
  • Electronics assembly
  • Test drive

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    Assembly methods for mechanical assembly:

    Pressing of fasteners – Standard screws, nuts, spacers, etc.
    Pop riveting – Most common riveting method, with pneumatic tools, a rivet is pushed through punched holes in the plates which are riveted together by pulling the rivet together on the backside.
    stucco riveting – Toxing - Presses two materials together without holes in the sheets forming a riveted joint.
    Hand riveting – Made in a special riveting machine. A hole is made by the machine while the rivet is pushed through the plates.
    Common bolted joints – Loose screws and nuts
    Gluing, etc.

    As you can see, we carry out a range of different types of assembly. Contact us and we will help you.