Product Testing and Inspection Equipment.

Product Testing and Inspection Equipment.

To ensure we produce the highest quality products, we use a range of product testing and inspection equipment throughout the production process and onto Final Inspection before shipment.

Our Mecmesin Advanced Forge Pull Testers are used to validate the quality of the crimped terminations we are producing. The testers measure the tension force required to pull apart or separate the components of a wire crimp. This helps to ensure the crimp joints are fit-for-purpose and thereby ensuring the safety and quality of your products and their compliance with any required industry standards. The AFG-1000N tester is used for pull tests up to 1000 Newtons, the ILC-S 2500N is used for where pull tests up to 2500 Newtons are required.

Our CFA1000 Crimp Force analyser system allows us to check the quality of all crimping operations carried out on our presses. This information helps to ensure that the quality of the crimping process is maintained from the beginning to the end of each batch of terminals applied.

We also have a SLE SBL Micro Crimp Cross Section Lab, which allows us to cut a terminal in half and to photograph the section in order to help validate the crimping process. Test results from this process and from the Mecmesin Pull Tester can be provided to our customers to help show the quality and compliance of the manufacturing process.

Our Cirrus Cable Harness Test Equipment is used to electrically test products. This has bespoke test fixtures to prove the functionality, of each of your products at in-process and final inspection stages.

For more information on  Product Testing and Inspection Equipment.  talk to  Convert Ltd

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