The history of Cimat in a nutshell!

Cimat Sp.z o.o. was founded in 1987 by three doctoral students of the then technical university in Bydgoszcz, which today is called University of Technology and Life Sciences.

At that time, the three men, Andrzej Topolinski, Miroslaw Malec and Ludwik Ciolczyk, decided to establish a company that would provide technical support services to companies in the field of vibration analysis and dynamic balancing. The first designs of the ROTORTEST measuring device allowed the young company to stabilize its existence in the 1990s, when dynamically changing Polish companies needed to modernize their balancing machines, especially in terms of outdated electronics. CIMAT also began supplying the Polish market with complete balancing machines for various industries. Since the beginning of the new century, CIMAT has consistently expanded into a new market-equipment serving turbocharger remanufacturing shops. Balancing machines for components and cores of turbochargers and then the devices for regulation of variable geometry systems Turbo Test even allowed to develop the market of turbocharger reconditioning in Poland. Poland's accession to the European Union in 2004 was another milestone in the company's development and allowed its further growth. Expansion into European and non-European markets meant that half of the currently produced units are shipped abroad. The company's activity in foreign markets caused it to be noticed by the managers of the Burke Porter Group, which was building a holding company consisting of high-tech companies operating in the area of the automotive industry, among others.

In September 2023 Burke Porter Group become Ascential Technologies Company.

The market belongs to companies that provide comprehensive and professional services. With Cimat Machine is possible to conduct a complete reconditioning process of turbocharger.

Reputable equipment of the Polish manufacturer, the world leader in turbocharger reconditioning,
means higher accuracy and the best possible effect of the service.