Tests and trials are procedures that attest to the quality of products and their suitability for each application. At Tuper, these actions are carried out in laboratories equipped with state-of-the-art equipment operated by qualified professionals for conducting tests and analyses, both for process evaluation and for checking the standards of strength and quality of finished products.
In the chemical laboratories, procedures are conducted to ensure the required manufacturing standards for processes such as protection and finishing.
The other laboratories are responsible for conducting tests and trials aimed at releasing products to the market in accordance with quality and safety parameters, while adhering to the regulatory standards established for each item.
Here are some of the tests and trials carried out in Tuper laboratories:
- Tensile test
- Charpy impact test
- Chemical composition test using optical emission spectrometry
- Metallographic tests (macro and micro)
- Hardness tests
- Flow rate, tensile, penetration, impact, glass transition, oxidation induction time tests
- Weld analysis, metallographic and dirt tests
Tuper strictly follows all the necessary processes and best practices to deliver products to the market with the best performance according to the specified standards.
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With over 50 years of experience, Tuper is one of the largest steel processors in Brazil. The company keeps pace with the evolving market by offering extensive product lines that meet the most demanding national and international standards. The product portfolio includes solutions for various industries, including industrial, automotive, construction, agribusiness, oil and gas, and more. In the construction sector, the company provides quick-connection tubular piles for foundations, structural steel profiles, metal roofing systems, black and galvanized carbon steel pipes for structural and conduit applications, ribbed composite slabs, scaffolding, panels, and slitters. Learn more about Tuper.