Securing product quality … in cable assembly:

All cable systems leaving our production are first subjected to a 100 % test. We also implement individual testing and measurement methods.

Micrograph laboratory (metallography):

Micrograph testing with subsequent documentation, archiving of the crimp results at the customer’s request; software-aided micrograph production and analysis function with information about degree of compression, crimp height, surface/ cross-section calculation

Measuring facilities for plastic and glass fiber optical waveguides:

Checking for compliance with attenuation values, end face tests, passage measurement

Tensile stress test:

Like the micrograph test, this is also a destructive test in which the extension force at which the cable detaches from the crimp connection is determined and documented prior to starting actual work.

Final inspection:

Visual check for obvious defects, assignment and engagement test, electrical check for end-to-end connection (network test), insulation, dielectric test, four-terminal measurement at the customer’s request, leak test for tubing

Securing product quality … in cable production:

Our cables sold in continuous lengths are produced according to stringent quality standards and are tested extensively both in production and in final inspection. 

Different cable properties are generally tested in spot-checks according to standards or on the basis the customer’s wishes, for example:

  • wall thickness
  • diameter
  • eccentricity of the conductor
  • adherence and stripping properties
  • abrasion
  • Resistance to extreme cold or heat
  • shearing and tensile stress
  • bending resistance
  • compression resistance
  • flexibility
  • flammability
  • resistance to oil, chemicals and other media

Our miniature cables are produced in a class 100.000 cleanroom.