QA/QC Testing Policy

Product Quality Testing

We are ISO 9001:2015 accredited, all products received are subject to quality assurance tests; the process is tracked from start to finish and then archived for future reference after production through our exclusive joint venture manufacturing agreements overseas that are all TS 16949 accredited. All test reports are extensively detailed and available to all customers free of charge.

The Goebel testing lab facility is located in Erkrath, Germany  complete with the best testing machines in the industry. We offer individual batch testing at no extra charge to ensure that the customer feels confident in their purchase.

The following tests can be conducted in the testing laboratory of Goebel:

Internal Tests

  • Control of Layer Thickness
  • Material Analysis (Stainless Steel)
  • Heavy Metal Determination
  • Kesternich Testing
  • Screw-In Test (Drilling Screws)
  • Pulling and Pull-Over Strength Test
  • Torsion Test
  • Torque
  • Dimensional Inspection
  • Profile Inspection
  • Shear Test
  • Tensile Test
  • Riveting Mandrel Press-Out Force
  • Riveting Mandrel Breaking Force
  • Remaining Riveting Mandrel Locking Device
  • Surface Pressure
  • Thickness Control (Water Column Test)
External tests

  • Wet-Chemical Material Analysis
  • RoHS Screening
  • Hardness Testing
  • Material Analysis (Elastomers)
  • Environment Simulation
  • Enduring Stress Test
  • Salt Spray Test
  • Structural Analysis
  • Optical Sorter
  • Friction Coefficient Examination
  • Grinding Tests
  • & Many More!

In case of specific testing requirements or safety-relevant applications, additional tests (depending on the item and use) can be performed at the commissioned and authorized plant-independent testing institutes. The costs for these additional tests are not included in the product purchase price.

The item batch traceability allows tracking products and production batches to the manufacturer, along with specifics of the manufacturing process throughout the whole or partially reconstructible supply chain. The batch traceability is especially important in the supply chain of the food, automotive, railroad engineering and aircraft industry.

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