SRJ Steel has never compromised on quality. Its dedication to quality has contributed to its ongoing success, highly marketable services and products. The TMT bar manufacturing process in SRJ Steel corporates quality at every work stage, from conception to completion following a strict quality mandate in order to always improve and provide value in everything we do.
The entire quality control process of SRJ Steel adheres to 5 important things:
- Customer Satisfaction
- Organizational Performance
- Manufacturing Excellence
- Employee Contentment
- Social Responsibility
The quality control lab is furnished with advanced equipment like 100KV Universal Testing Machine, Spectrometer, Hardness Testing machine and Microscope along with various other necessary devices. These are primarily used to measure continuous quality improvement of the products from various angles at various stages of production.
Being TUV certified, SRJ Steel maintains complete quality standards for all TMT Bars by rendering continuous assistance on the improvement of the quality of products ( TMT Bars, Billets, and Structural Steel)
The entire Quality Management passes through four levels:
- Total Quality Management (TQM)
10 point quality structure
Quality Check flow chart
Schematic Diagram of QC
The next level quality assurance includes inspection, correction, and investigation to find the cause of the problems, and take action to prevent errors from re-occurring.
Total Quality Management
TQM or Total Management is designed to create a comprehensive and all-encompassing module which aides in achieving Manufacturing Excellence. Every element of this term speaks of an important aspect.
Total: Made up of the whole.
Quality: Degree of excellence of a product or service
Management: The art and science of planning, controlling, directing…. therefore, TQM is the art and science of managing the whole to achieve excellence.
Plan: Establish the objectives and process necessary to deliver precise results, in accordance with the Customer’s requirements and the organization’s policies.
Do: Implement the process.
Check: Monitor and measure processes and products against policies, objectives, and requirements of the product to ensure strict adherence to them and detailed reporting of the results.
Act: Take action to continuously improve process performance.