Owlett-Jaton is committed to offering its customers peace of mind when purchasing products, which is why its dedicated in-house product testing laboratory is equipped with a wide range of apparatus and testing facilities designed to support the already rigorous purchasing and goods inward inspection processes.
Owlett-Jaton’s laboratory comprises of two dedicated rooms, one for sample preparation and re-working of products, whilst the second offers a clean environment for performing inspections and conducting investigations on fasteners and fixings.
Such testing ensures that products sourced from Owlett-Jaton conform to the relevant national and international standards, such as DIN, ISO, BS and SAE – with the testing covering product diameter, radius and length, thread conformity, as well as coating thickness.
Owlett-Jaton’s in-house inspection equipment is as impressive as it is comprehensive, ranging from handheld devices – including a wide range of ring, plug, and calliper gauges – through to much more advanced instruments. The high-end equipment includes a Nikon shadowgraph – an optical measuring device for inspecting angles and lengths – as well as a Keyence IM-7000 image dimension measuring system – a high-tech, computer software operated optimal imaging device, designed to measure angles, lengths, thread pitch measurements and ‘true roundness’.
All of the in-house equipment enables the inspection of parts to be executed to a high-level of accuracy.
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