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Tested for Durability

Quality control during production and the final inspection of goods before shipment are led by a team of experienced personnel equipped with universal testing instruments. Procured raw materials initially go through several quality control procedures to prevent defects in manufactured products.

The process begins with the use of vernier calipers to measure the thickness and width of steel coils. Specimens are then taken from every steel coil, and their chemical compositions are analysed using a spectrometer. Tensile, impact, bend, flatness and hydrostatic tests are also conducted to ensure our steel products offer higher performance in all aspects than required by international standards. Each of our products is tagged with a barcode to keep a detailed history of each unit of inventory and track its status along the production line in real-time.

Quality control measures

Vernier Calipers

Vernier Calipers

Used to measure internal and external distances to an extremely precise degree.

Tensile Test

Tensile Test

Determines the ultimate tensile strength, breaking strength, maximum elongation and reduction in area.

Spectrometer

Spectrometer

Used to identify and detect chemical properties of metals for optimum analytical performance.

Tensile Testing Machine

Tensile Testing Machine

The machine shows the UTS for the sampled piece of metal.

Impact Test

Impact Test

Determines the toughness of metal by measuring the amount of energy absorbed by the material during fracture.

Hydrostatic Test

Hydrostatic Test

Used to inspect and test the pipelines' ability to withstand pressure.

Microscopic Examination

Microscopic Examination

Used to confirm the findings of physical and chemical tests.