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bedra’s innovative spirit and capabilities have earned us the reputation of a pioneer across all generations of alloy materials. Beyond specialist circles, bedra is regarded as a well-known "first mover." Backed by years of experience in the production of alloy materials, bedra can proudly say that our customers benefit from the ensuing optimized and consistent production processes. This is supported by ongoing research and development projects for new alloy materials jointly carried out with customers in the industry, as well as projects with renowned research institutes. This is where bedra’s comprehensive know-how in the field of alloy material fundamentals is particularly valued.
Our success is based on bedra’s systematic and comprehensible processes. bedra has defined the principles of research & development using eight key points. Apart from complying with legal and regulatory requirements, we adhere to the following internal rules at bedra:
Our customers' requirements are the focus of our actions. We strive to exceed customer expectations.
Our managers enable the prerequisites for employees to commit themselves fully to achieving our goals.
All employees are specifically qualified for their tasks and supported in their further training. Open communication promotes quality performance, environmental awareness, and efficient collaboration.
Recognizing, understanding, and controlling processes contribute to our effectiveness and efficiency.
Continuously improving processes is our permanent goal. We pursue a zero-defect strategy.
Effective decisions are based on an objective analysis of information and data.
By continuously modernizing our machinery and production processes, we minimize our impact on the environment.
Management ensures the effectiveness of the agreement and is committed to meeting the requirements.
To ensure the highest quality standards, we have an exhaustive spectrum of different measuring techniques in our production and development areas:
We use direct reading spectrum in furnace tests, taking advantage of its reliable analysis structure and fast analysis speed. At the same time, we use fluorescence photometer and inductively coupled plasma spectrometer to confirm the results of the direct reading spectrum, ensuring the consistency of the chemical composition of the pre-furnace sample and the final product.
In addition to the stereomicroscope to measure the surface of the alloy, we also use the metalloscope to measure the microstructure (such as grain size and precipitation) of the alloy. The tensile strength, yield strength, and elongation after fracture are evaluated by electronic universal testing machines. We use Brinell hardness tester, Vickers hardness tester, Rockwell hardness tester, and other equipment to evaluate the hardness value of our alloy materials. The straightness and radian of alloy materials are tested by high-precision image measuring instruments. The electrical conductivity of the alloy is measured by the bridge method and eddy current method. The residual stress of the alloy is tested by ammonia fumigation and the corrosion resistance is tested by salt spray test.