Quality

Detection is a fundamental pillar at the base of the reliability of the treatment processes and the supplier.

All treatment batches, in order to provide certification of conformity to the customer, are checked by specific tests in our metallographic laboratories using advanced, reliable and precise instrumentation.

Calibrated instrumentation
with ACCREDIA certifications

The correct calibration status is guaranteed both by an external body accredited by ACCREDIA as well as by periodic internal checks with certified test pieces.
The laboratory personnel is suitably qualified and trained, thanks to specific courses for metallurgical laboratories.

Discover all the instrumentation

Temprasud measuring instruments

  • 2 TWIN model durometers – Motorized automatic – Direct hardness reading in
    Rockwell, Super Rockwell, Brinell, Vickers points – Automatic load changes.
  • 2 DYNATEST SC model portable durometers – Rockwell principle – High load 980 n (over 100 kp) –
    Direct reading in Rockwell, Brinell points.
  • 1 Briro INTEGRAL model – Durometer capable of automatically measuring the
    effective gauge of the hardening from from 0.15 to 1.5 mm directly on the surface without having to section the
    material – Method (HDTL).
  • 1 Brinell 3000 kg WOLPERT Durometer – Robust measurement instrument
    of surface hardness with loads up to 3000 kg.
  • 1 ESATEST MTR X durometer – Ideal for measuring surface hardness on large and small pieces,
    irregular shapes, internals, gear involutes, in different positions.
  • 1 HVS 50 DUROMETER – Vickers Principle – Test loads from 5 to 50 kgf – Automatic load and load release
    – Selectable loading time.
  • 1 LEITZ MICRODUROMETER – Test loads from 25 to 1,000 g – 10x-50x Lens – Selectable
    loading time – Vickers Principle.
  • 1 AFFRI WIKI model 200 JS microdurometer: test loads from 10 to 2,000 g – selectable loading time
    – 10x-40x lens – automatic test load change – motorized rotation system
    – Vickers Principle.
  • Digital durometer that offers the possibility of testing surfaces, hollows and surfaces not accessible by
    traditional benchtop durometers.
  • Nikon Optical Microscope and Olympus Microscope – Instruments with magnifications from 100x to
    1,000x for micrographic analysis relating to microstructures, grain, degree of banding and inclusions.
  • Nikon NIS-ELEMENTS – Image analysis system for qualitative assessment of residual austenite %
    and other microstructural components.
  • Nikon Stereoscope – Magnifications from 6.7x to 50x for failure analysis and visualization of depth of
    hardening.
  • Keyence VHX7100 optical microscope – This instrumentation offers the possibility to perform
    magnifications from 100X to 2,500X to conduct micrographic analysis related to microstructures, austenitic grain
    , degree of banding and inclusions.
  • FOUNDRY MASTER PRO Spectrometer – Instrument that allows accuracy and high repeatability in the measurement of the percentage of the various alloy elements, with excellent performance for the measurements of low carbon and nitrogen values and equipped with tools for assessment and analysis of the measured chemical compositions and material determination.

Unitrat measuring instruments

  • 1 Wolpert Diatestor 2 RC mechanical Durometer with counterweights and presser for clamping
    the piece, with the possibility of changing test loads from 1 kg to 250 kg.
  • 1 Galileo 15N – SA200 Durometer, mechanical type with counterweights, for HRC hardnesses of surfaces
    (HR15N) and variable loading for small parts.
  • 2 Galileo A200 Durometers, mechanical type with counterweights, ideal for
    Rockwell (HRC and HRA) hardnesses of surfaces and variable loading for small parts.
  • 2 Omag Affri 250MRS Durometers, electronically motorized, with piece clamping presser,
    direct reading of Rockwell hardness, Rockwell surfaces and possibility of automatic conversion
    into other scales.
  • 1 Heckert WPM HPO 250 Durometer, mechanical type with counterweights, with the possibility of
    quick assembly of Brinell and Vickers indenters and loading change (5-250 N), ideal for hardnesses at
    core and hardness tests on light alloys.
  • 1 Wolpert Diatestor 3 B Durometer and 1 Brinell Heckert HPO 3000 H Durometer,
    mechanical type with counterweights, with Brinell test load 3,000 Kg, ideal for checking tools and
    quenched and tempered parts.
  • 1 Reicherter Briviskop 3000 H Durometer, mechanical counterweight type, with Brinell test load
    3,000 Kg, ideal for checking large quenched and tempered components.
  • 1 Futurtech FM-300 Microdurometer with test loads from 25 g to 2 kg, 10x and 50x lenses
    semi-automatic reading of the Vickers indentation.
  • 1 Affri WIKI-JS automatic motorized microdurometer with direct and automatic reading
    of the indentation and with the possibility of exporting data, thanks to 4.0 interconnection with our
    management software.
  • 1 Affri SRD MA-D2 portable durometer with magnetic base and load cell for HRA/HRC scales.
  • 1 Galdabini PMT40 universal testing machine with LGB High Town revamping software, which
    allows the performance of tensile tests with a force up to 250 N and subsequent automatic detection and
    recording of the main characteristics of the test piece (maximum load, yield point) and
    of the tensile stress-strain curve.
  • Galdabini Charpy CH-30 machine – Allows for the performance of impact tests on standardized test pieces. It is
    possible to perform tests even at -30°C thanks to the use of the ARGO LAB Thermocriostat CB 5-30 series.
  • 2 Benchtop Metalloscopes DN 70 and DN200 – For non-destructive testing on ferromagnetic materials
    up to 1.5 m in length.
  • Keyence VHX7100 optical microscope – This instrumentation offers the possibility to perform
    magnifications from 100X to 2,500X to conduct micrographic analysis related to microstructures, austenitic grain
    , degree of banding and inclusions.
  • ARL EASY SPARK Spectrometer – Instrument that allows accuracy and high repeatability in the measurement of the percentage of the various alloy elements, with excellent performance for the measurements of low carbon and nitrogen values and equipped with tools for assessment and analysis of the measured chemical compositions and material determination.

For the Temprasud Group, operating with “Quality” means applying the standards dictated by the IATF 16949 and ISO 9001 specifications and in more detail:

  • assisting the customer during the request for quotation and industrialization phase, defining the optimal technical specifications depending on the material and the final use of the component, in order to issue a complete and robust technical economic feasibility report;
  • applying APQP principles at all stages of prototyping, process development, PPAP and start of series production, defining significant process variables and assessing product criticalities based on customers’ CSR and PFMEA;
  • monitoring the results obtained by implementing the MSA and SPC tools, in order to proceed with the validation and optimization of the cycles, pursuing the repeatability and robustness of the processes;
  • qualifying the special processes in accordance with the CQI-9 and VDA 6.3 standards and those envisaged from time to time by customers’ CSR;
  • pursuing the interconnection of treatment plants in 4.0 mode, using remote process control software, in order to guarantee the continuous monitoring of ongoing processes, the digital recording of significant parameters and the track and trace accountability of production batches in the event of problems or recalls.
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One of the fundamental objectives of the Temprasud Group is to guarantee a high level of customer service in terms of overall lead time, flexibility and ability to respond to production peaks
Our service is all inclusive
Speak
with us
One of the fundamental objectives of the Temprasud Group is to guarantee a high level of customer service in terms of overall lead time, flexibility and ability to respond to production peaks
Our service is all inclusive