Product development
Product development

LESER sets the standard in product development

What requirements do you as a user have for safety valves? Your needs as a customer are the basis for all our product development. Together with you, LESER finds solutions.

During development, LESER couples existing empirical development methods with computer-aided tools such as computational modeling and simulations. Through this, our engineers achieve such significant improvements as:

  •             In-depth theoretical understanding of complex operational interrelationships
  •             Theoretical definitions of optimal geometries in relation to influencing factors

However, even the best simulation has to be checked against its assumptions. That is why LESER tests at its own test labs and under real conditions before a new product is delivered to you.

Requirements analysis

Step 1

Development of concept and solution

Step 2

Digital prototype and simulation

Step 3

Prototype production

Step 4

Practical test test benches

Step 5

Production and delivery

Step 6

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Digital Prototype & Simulation

Casting simulation, finite elements and flow simulation - digital tools, coupled with practical experience from 1.5 million safetys valves in operation, form the basis for innovative product development. The results of this combination of digital and physical elements deliver the best possible products for the applications - verified and validated.

Finite Element Method

LESER uses the Finite Element Method as a calculation method in all development steps. Examples are the calculation and comparison of different design variants or the heat distribution within a safety valve .

Casting simuluation

The casting simulation plays an important role for the quality of LESER Safety Valves . Because with the mapping of the casting process, the engineers detect weak points even before the first real casting, eliminate them before the start of production and thus improve the casting design, which thus becomes more stable and robust.

Flow simulation

In case of a response of a safetys valve, the protected medium must be blown off quickly and with low friction. The flow simulation helps to avoid unexpected turbulences and to reduce eider resistances.

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