Everyone talks about quality. No question: Anyone who takes up the cause of precision turned parts expects not only one-time precision, but quality in series and in the process. Consistent. High-end. This is only possible with quality management. We take this very seriously and leave nothing to chance.
It’s why we operate a quality management system according to ISO 9001:2015. You might not know exactly what all that entails, but you will see how good security can feel.
The application of process monitoring measures is controlled by a standardized system. As part of the worker self-inspection, our employees have computer-assisted testing equipment as well as state-of-the-art coordinate measuring technology at their disposal, in addition to appropriate handheld measuring and testing devices. The foundation for the specifications for the process monitoring measures comes from the technical drawing requirements, the requirements of the various customers and industries, and the high level of experience of the employees responsible.
In this environment, project-related investments are always made in the necessary technology.
Continuous process monitoring ensures that, on the one hand, errors are quickly detected and eliminated; and on the other, reoccurrence is prevented in the derivation of measures. On the other hand, the documentation of process parameters ensures that statements about the qualitative maturity of products can be made, even after years.
Magnetic particle testing
Magnetic particle testing, also known as magnetic particle inspection, is a method for detecting cracks in or near the surface of ferromagnetic materials.
The workpiece must be magnetized for the test, with the resulting field lines running parallel to the surface. Cracks and near-surface defects that lie transverse to the field lines generate a magnetic stray field. This means that the field lines emerge from the ferromagnetic material on one side of the defect and re-enter on the other side, resulting in the formation of magnetic poles. If iron powder is now spread over this stray field, it accumulates at the defect, as it is attracted by the magnetic effect.
The powder particles are suspended in suitable liquids such as water and poured over the test object during magnetization. Magnetic particle crack testing can be performed in daylight or in the dark with fluorescent testing equipment. The fluorescent magnetic powder particles are bonded with color pigments which, when irradiated with light in the wavelength range between approx. 300-500 nm, glow bright yellow, green, or red. The resulting contrast improvement enables a much better recognition of the crack.
Quality management is the key to success.
For this reason, we operate our efficient quality management system according to ISO 9001:2015.
As part of this certification, our customers can count on the greatest possible avoidance of errors through a balanced view of products, optimized and result-related communication, and the avoidance of risks resulting, for example, from undefined processes or lack of transparency.