Quality Assurance

400+ materials

200+ employees

100+ years of experience

Quality assurance and management with international standards

Our Quality Assurance program integrates both destructive and non-destructive testing to uphold the highest standards of material integrity and performance. Our rigorous testing protocols ensure that every component meets the stringent requirements of critical industries such as aerospace or nuclear power. By continuously refining our techniques, we deliver reliable and high-quality products that our clients trust.

Non-destructive Testing

Component Inspection

We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of quality and precision through our advanced Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) services. Our suite of testing methods includes coordinate measurement machines, which offer unparalleled accuracy in dimensional verification. We also employ visual inspection to assess surface conditions, ultrasonic testing for internal defect detection, and dye penetrant testing to reveal cracks and voids in non-porous materials.

Coordinate measurement

Visual Inspection

Ultrasonic Testing Dye

Penetrant Testing

Destructive Testing

Material Characteristics

Our Destructive Testing services rigorously evaluate material performance. We conduct tensile testing to assess strength and ductility, Charpy Testing for impact toughness, and Microsections to analyze microstructural features. Hardness Testing further determines material resistance to deformation.

Tensile Testing

Charpy Testing

Hardness Testing

Corrosion Testing

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is Quality Assurance so important?

Quality Assurance (QA) is crucial in manufacturing because it ensures that the products meet the required safety, reliability, and performance standards before they reach the customer. QA helps in identifying defects and issues early in the production process, reducing the risk of failures and costly recalls, and maintaining the company’s reputation by consistently delivering high-quality products.

What is Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)?

Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) is a group of analysis techniques used in science and industry to evaluate the properties of a material, component, or system without causing damage. NDT is crucial for ensuring that parts perform their function in a safe, reliable, and cost-effective manner. Common NDT methods include ultrasonic, magnetic-particle, liquid penetrant, radiographic, and eddy-current testing.

What is Destructive Testing (DT)?

Destructive Testing (DT) involves methods where the material is tested beyond its operational capacity to understand its performance under different stresses, thereby determining its lifespan and capacity. This can include tests like tensile strength, bend and impact tests, and hardness tests. DT provides valuable data on material properties but results in the destruction or alteration of the part being tested.

How does Rosswag ensure the quality of its forged components?

Rosswag ensures the quality of its forged components through rigorous testing and quality control procedures, including both NDT and DT. The company adheres to international quality standards and employs state-of-the-art technology to inspect and test materials at various stages of the production process. This comprehensive approach helps ensure that all products meet the strictest quality criteria before they are shipped to customers.

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