extreme sporting equipments.
"Made in France " stamping
Development of the SCE on the tee-shirt.
SCE : medical tests with the Bercq School of Physiotherapy
Amplification of the power of our magnets : N52.
Development of a coating withstanding 10 000 machine washes
Components in compliance with the manufacturing process of all SYSTEMMAG’s products.
Ile-de-France Development exits from the capital.
SCE : Energy Catalyst System, march 2011.
Clothes or accessories equipped with magnetic zips in order to modify somebody’physical strength.
Filing of the Magnetic Zip patent. Transformation of the SARL into SAS.
Presentation of our systems during the MODAMONT show.
Development of new families products : magnetic Zip.
The SALOME company reviews, designs and organizes the industrial tools which will allow it to mass-produce SYSTEMMAG®.
Filing of a second patent, protecting all the improvements and developments brought to SYSTEMMAG®, especially the alternating polarity principle confering an important power to the product for a minimum of overload.
The company is rewarded for its innovations on being award-winner of the contest about innovative company creation organized by the Ile-de-France region with the support of the BRED, the Corporative Bank and the SPEF.
Eric SITBON creates with his wife Agnès the SALOME-SYSTEMMAG Company to develop. finalize, and commercialize the invention. The same year the Company will be award-winner of the contest about innovative technologies in the« Creation development » category for the second consecutive year
Eric SITBON and his SYSTEMMAG® product is award-winner of the contest organized by the Ministry of Research and the ANVAR in the « Emerging project » category.
Filing of a patent about a device to keep in contact, close or adjust items of clothes, shoes or any other accessory.
Eric SITBON imagines a new fastener system using magnets in order to enable children to dress and undress more easily. This idea comes from the young father facing an urgent need of his son to go : the time to unfasten his overalls, it was too late...