Rhiwa - solutions for bodywork and vans

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Under our Rhiwa label, we supply in-house developed products for the bodywork and van market, such as the Easy Aero roof fan and certified lashing eyes. We have our own R&D department, where we develop new products and further optimise existing ones. Together with our customers, we also develop special solutions based on user requirements. A good example is our Easy Step for vans.

For the development of these products, we use our own 3D printer. In our service centre, all developed products are extensively tested before we put them into production. We have a salt spray installation, for instance, which we use to test our products for corrosion resistance. With our multifunctional tensile and compression testing machine, we test our products for strength. So we can always guarantee good quality.


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"The great thing about Imbema is that they develop their own products. Apart from this, we always look for the best product-quality ratio. The Rhiwa Easy Aero roof fan, fits this perfectly"

Tim Rijnbeek – Accountmanager Ellermeyer

Certified lashing eyes

Good load securing is essential for safe transport. If you want to secure your cargo properly, it is important that your superstructure is equipped with sufficient lashing points (lashing eyes) that comply with the DIN EN 12640 standard. Our Rhiwa lashing eyes, developed in-house, have been tested according to DIN EN 12640 guidelines, guaranteeing you good quality. The maximum tension force, our logo and the DIN EN number are indicated on the lashing eyes, so that inspection bodies can quickly check whether the lashing eyes are used correctly. Read more about DIN EN 12640.

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Ontwikkeling Easy Aero dakventilator

Development of the Rhiwa Easy Aero

Our Product Development Engineer, Gertjan van der Veer, developed the Easy Aero roof ventilator. A unique design for ventilating vans. The Easy Aero has a powerful push and pull action, giving demonstrably better ventilation than traditional models and eliminating the need for bottom drains. But how did the idea of the Easy Aero come about. What are the reactions in the market? And what will be his next innovation? We talk to him. Read the interview...

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