Category Archive: imq-news

  1. imq-Ingenieurbetrieb organizes exchange of experience “Methods and tools for grinding burn testing”

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    Since 2010, imq has been working on technologies for the reliable detection and assessment of grinding burns. We are in permanent exchange with experts from production, quality assurance and science. The experience exchange has taken place on 05./06.February 2019 at imq in Crimmitschau. The participants from well – known German and Swiss companies rated this meeting as an outstanding opportunity to discuss their experience in the field of grinding burn testing. A further exchange of experience is projected in 2020. 

    For more information please contact info@imq-gmbh.com.

     

     

     

     

  2. Accreditation extended on Standard for Grinding Burn Detection ISO 14 104

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    As a result of the supervising audit carried out in December 2016 the Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH (DAkkS) confirmed, that the imq- laboratories fulfil all expectations of the standard for grinding burn detection by surface temper etching/nital etching ISO 14014. These accreditation concerns as well the technical equipment and the qualification of the operators. Up to now imq is the only laboratory in the range of authority of the DAkkS accredited on ISO 14104. imq provides surface temper etching services for our customers and organizes training courses for operators.

    For further information: https://www.imq-gmbh.com/en/services/grinding-burn-detection/

  3. Grinding burn detection – NDT and nital-etching with reference blocks

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    GRINDING BURN INSPECTION DETECTS DAMAGES CAUSED BY THERMAL OVERLOAD ON THE COMPONENT SURFACE.

     

    imq supports you in all issues concerning grinding burn detection. This includes, inter alia, the application of non-destructive testing methods and nital-etching, the supply of tailored reference blocks as well as trainings for your testing staff.

  4. WIC company run Chemnitz 2016

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    We were there too

     

    We would like to thank our employees for their successful participation at WiC company run in Chemnitz 2016

    • Svetlana Bartel
    • Ingo Klimmey
    • Matthias Bartel
    • Tom Lenzing
    • Dr. Dietrich Nicolai
    • Robert Senftleben

     

    Next year we will be even more represented!!!

    You can find more information about the company run here:
    http://www.firmenlauf-chemnitz.de/