Calibre stands behind its products by certifying compliance to independently established Australian Standards.
These standards cover the steel’s chemical composition and mechanical properties, associated testing, inspection, certification procedures and dimensional tolerances.
The 3 critical components to ensuring quality compliance –
1. PLATE MARKING
All Plates supplied by Calibre Steel are stencilled with the necessary compliance information for identification, traceability and connection to a specific manufacturer and test certificate
2. TEST CERTIFICATES
The test certificate is an important reference document that reports on all elements relating to the applicable Australian Standard.
Compliance to the applicable Australian Standard is vital as it gives the specifier and purchaser confidence that the material obtained will perform as intended in the design and use phases of a project.
|AS/NZS3678 minimum information equipment|
|Steelmakers, manufacturers, suppliers and the testing authorities name|
|Test Certificate number and test number|
|Product, testing specification and grade|
|Product Delivery condition|
|Reference to a third party accrediting body recognised by ILAC, such as NATA|
|Aditional tests agreed between the purchaser and the manufacturer|
|Product Steelmaking process|
|Unique product identifiers for the tested units and other product covered by the test certificate|
|Chemical Analysis type|
|Chemical composition of all elements listed in Tables 2 or 3 of the Standard|
|The relevant mechanical testing results (including test piece position and orientation, batch or item basis of testing and results)|
|Statement acknowledging the chemistry and tested mechanical properties comply with the Standard|
|Signatory from the manufacturer, supplier and certification authority attesting to items above.|
Information about products and updates to Calibre below.
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Introducing Calibre Steel
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