The induction process as a heat treatment process is one of the most consistent processes in use. The components are treated individually and are all given the same electronically controlled heat treatment cycle. The heat treatment result does not depend on the number of components in the load or what has previously been heat treated in as it does in the case of a carburizing heat treatment following a direct hardening cycle in a furnace.
commitment to quality permeates our company structure, top to bottom. At the top
level, our Managing Director, oversees our Quality Management System and
promotes the use of best practices companywide, our system is audited on a
monthly basis by an external auditor.
The quality function is also an integral part of our line organization. We deploy Operations Quality personnel who support operations by implementing our Quality Management System and performance improvement program across their cells.
Our office applies standard operating procedures, work instructions, and other best practices to achieve results that exceed our customer expectations, based around ISO9001:2008 certification which is implemented on a factory wide networked MRP System.
Finally, every employee is responsible for not only their own quality performance, but for identifying ways in which we can improve our work processes to deliver more added value, resulting in a market orientated cost down advantage.
Our quality control procedures are implemented by a comprehensively equipped metallurgical laboratory supervised by qualified metallurgical staff.