Coordinate metrology is the most accurate method for recording and measuring products and objects in their entirety. Within these procedures, different parameters of components, such as distances, diameters, angles, shape and position can be checked. The measurements are not only possible for standard geometries, but also for any free-form surfaces.
In this measuring room we calibrate your length measuring equipment with the highest precision. These include, among other things, indicating measuring devices, material measures, gauges and angles. Length measuring devices are used to a large extent in the entire production metrology.
Working jigs come in a variety of shapes, designs, and sizes.
For the calibration of thread gauges, for example, a thread scanner is used in addition to the usual three-wire method on a length measuring device. In addition to the usual flank diameter, this also provides information on the pitch and flank angle. For the area of dial gauges, several fully automatic dial gauge test stations are used, which determine and document all relevant parameters via a camera system.
Rulers in various nominal lengths and designs are calibrated with the help of a tape measuring device. A minimum number of measuring points is distributed over the entire measuring range of the calibration object and the deviations are determined. The permissible limit values, which are used for the declaration of conformity, are evaluated based on the Directive 2014/32/EU Annex X MASS MEASURES (MI-008).
Gauge blocks are high-precision measuring standards made of steel, tungsten carbide or ceramic. They are mostly used to calibrate calipers, outside micrometers, quick probes or as a high-precision material measure. To ensure that these measuring devices deliver representative and reliable measured values, regular calibration of these gauge blocks is recommended. As a recognized calibration laboratory, Kessler QMP has the expertise and the corresponding gauge block test stations. We calibrate for you in accordance with the standard according to VDI/VDE/DGQ 2618 sheet 3.1 within the various options.
How heavy, how much power, how much torque, how cold? The mechanical parameters are an important quality feature for quality assurance during production. Torques, forces, temperature and other variables are calibrated with the highest precision using various methods.
Regardless of whether it is robust everyday technology or precise special devices, with the help of our standards we can calibrate almost any electrical measuring device efficiently and with the lowest measurement uncertainties. To do this, we use both high-quality standards from well-known manufacturers and structures and processes that we have developed ourselves.
Alignments, features and references determine the result and are discussed in detail with our customers to ensure their return requirements.
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