QUALITY CONTROL FACILITIES
At Godani, we understands the importance of creating products that are very precise in dimensions and material grades. That's why we take quality control measures very seriously. We use a range of tools and technologies, including Spectro Machine to ensure that our products meet the highest standards.
We also rely on other tools to ensure quality. For instance, we use Height Guages to measure the dimensions of our products, and Vernier Calipers for precise measurements. And Universal Testing Machine (UTM) for checking tensile stress and compressive strength of material. Our experienced quality inspectors are trained to inspect every product for flaws or defects. We also use a variety of methods such as Ultrasonic Testing (UT) to detect any hidden faults in our products before they're shipped.
EQUIPMENTS WE HAVE
A spectrometer is a scientific instrument used to separate and measure spectral components of a physical phenomenon. Spectrometer is a broad term often used to describe instruments that measure a continuous variable of a phenomenon where the spectral components are somehow mixed.
UNIVERSAL TESTING MACHINE
A universal testing machine, also known as a universal tester, materials testing machine or materials test frame, is used to test the tensile strength and compressive strength of materials.
A hardness tester is a measuring instrument used to assess the stiffness or strength of a material. Hardness testers are used to determine the resistance of a material to deformation by means of a harder tool, most often a diamond cone or steel ball, which penetrates the surface of the material being tested.
A vernier calliper is defined as a measuring device that is used for the measurement of linear dimensions. It is also used for the measurement of diameters of round objects with the help of the measuring jaws.
Height gauges are precision measuring instruments that can be used to determine the height of an object or workpiece with extremely high precision and accuracy, or to provide marked locations on the item relative to a reference plane for subsequent use.
Radiographic Testing (RT) is a non-destructive testing (NDT) method which uses either x-rays or gamma rays to examine the internal structure of manufactured components identifying any flaws or defects.