Römheld & Moelle is a manufacturer of castings and provider of the relevant ancillary services in machine, special purpose machine and automobile construction.
We manufacture prototypes and individual parts as well as repeat and series parts using sector and customer-specific materials and alloys. We deliver large, complex casts ‘down to a t’. That means: Our work begins as soon as the customer requires it, so that we produce exactly the piece that they need at exactly the right time. Perfectly executed - right the first time -, so that it can be added to the project at the optimal moment. Here, you will only encounter informed contact partners who will process your queries in a specialist competent way and pass them on accordingly. Collaboration with our customers goes through well planned, reproducible and transparent processes - ideal conditions to deal with the original content of our work. What we work on is decided by both us and our customers - we set the standards that their requirements can be measured against.
We ensure the quality of our components with the most modern measuring and testing equipment, such as spectrometry in iron analytics, various non-destructive tests like dye penetration, magnetic particle and ultrasound testing, and classic destructive testing methods like tensile and notched bar impact testing and Brinell hardness testing.
We also use measuring equipment for testing the component geometry and a computer-aided 3D measuring machine (FARO measuring arm). One part of our quality assurance strategy is the technical casting simulation calculations in the run-up to manufacture. Through these, errors can be actively and proactively avoided. The manufacturing processes themselves are systematically monitored, the test results are recorded and regularly evaluated with various measuring and testing systems within statistical process control. They provide the basis for the ongoing optimisation of our quality assurance system.
- Non-destructive testing methods: Dye penetration, magnetic particle, ultrasound and visual testing
- Destructive testing methods: Tensile and notched bar impact testing, hardness testing
- Metallography (with digital image analysis)
- Component measurement