QASS uses magnetic-inductive methods for non-destructive material testing. Find out how QASS delivers reproducible measurement values in hardness testing and grinding burn detection under industrial conditions and what advantages the adaptive measuring technology offers to you.
QASS is exhibitor at the HK 2019 – This year again QASS presents its latest innovations at the HärtereiKongress in Cologne.
At the HTC in Cologne we presented our newest technologies for straightening and joining processes and featured a measuring system for hardness testing.
In the early 20th century Barkhausen noise was dicovered by the German physicist Heinrich Georg Barkhausen. Barkhausen noise is an effect that is only observable in ferromagnetic materials. QASS uses it to determine the mechanical hardness of materials.
The 74th HeatTreatmentCongress is the meeting place to present the latest research and development results. We at QASS are happy to take the opportunity to exchange ideas with an international audience.
A reference standard for overheating during grinding in test environment with QASS µmagnetic.
We are proud to present the future of measuring and evaluation, connecting your manufacturing processes to the digitization revolution.
See the self-learning measurement systems of QASS at the HeatTreatmentCongress 2017 – experience our non-destructive testing in real-time.
Metallbearbeitungs-Messe EMO 2017: QASS zeigt selbstlernende Mess-Systeme, die die Härte von Werkstücken und den Zustand von Zerspanungswerkzeugen prüfen.
Our system for hardness testing is now available. QASS µmagnetic enables a non-destructive measurement of the hardness of ferromagnetic material – contactless and in real-time.