Our Manufacturing Process

All Royu products go through a rigorous design process that optimizes the speed of production using state-of-the-art German-made machines, without compromising quality, and while keeping costs in-check.


Our licensed mechanical and electrical engineers provide expertise in designing and validating the electrical enclosures, components, and busbar assemblies before they are manufactured.


The final design is programmed to the brand new, German-made, punching machine for production. The computerized process provides a high level of consistency and quality.


The engineering drawings and punched metal parts are then sent to the brand new, German-made, bending machine. Using up-to-date technology, the bending machine guides the operator ensuring that each component is bent precisely in the right place, with the right force.


Given the high level of precision in the punching and bending processes, components are accurately aligned and fitted, resulting to a more efficient welding process, and with an end product that provides high IP and IK ratings.


All metal parts are chemically treated to provide a first layer of protection, and strengthen paint adhesion. The fully-automated dipping system ensures that metal parts are treated thoroughly and receives the same phosphate coating thickness.


Treated metal parts are loaded into the conveyorized, German-made, powder coating system machine. The robotic spray guns ensure an accurate powder coating thickness across all metal parts, while the German-made burners provide the right temperature throughout the curing process.


Coated mounting parts and enclosures are directly sent to the assembly line where the high-conductivity busbar and components are attached.


No product is released from the manufacturing facility without undergoing quality control checks. Experienced engineers use sophisticated equipment and tests to rigorously assess the products, such as:

Primary Current Injection Test System

Using the most advanced Primary Current Injection Test System, predetermined currents are injected to the circuit to assess whether the relay will trip, and determine the length of time before the trip is triggered.

Thermal Imager Test

The thermal imager, when combined with current injector, can simulate the temperature rise of breakers, busbars and their connections.