The Stresstech Group serves the metal industry all over the world. We provide solutions and high-tech non-destructive testing instruments to measure the quality of components. Many of the leading edge companies in automotive and aircraft industries have already chosen Stresstech Group as their partner in quality control.
Stresstech Group´s main products are Barkhausen Noise analyzers, sensors, custom inspection stands, X-ray residual stress analyzers and our newest residual stress measuring system Prism. Barkhausen Noise is used to study the magnetic properties of materials. Common application for Barkhausen noise testing is detecting material defects and residual stress defects in various components. X-ray analyzers use X-ray diffraction to measure residual stresses and retained austenite contents. Stresstech Group provides also custom inspection stands for shop floor quality control.
Stresstech Oy in Finland, American Stress Technologies, Inc. (AST) in USA and Stresstech GmbH in Germany form the Stresstech Group. Being in close contact with each other and with 20 years of experience in quality control, the Group can quickly respond to market demands and individual requests of customers.
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