The Brusselle production mainly consists of the fabrication of small series ( 1 to 20 similar pieces) and that’s why the quality control procedure is organized well substantiated. The complete Brusselle organization is built up with a quality-minded structure where continuous improvement is being pursued in both the resulting product as well as in the way to it. The goal of continuous improvement is organized by the implementation of a quality organization system according to ISO9001:2015.
Every Brusselle-designed part (such as valve blocks, castings, welding structures…) or selected component (such as electric motor, winch drive or pumps) are quality controlled in detail and when requested, the material certificates and classification approvals are verified. The dimensions of purchased basic materials, but also of machined pieces are controlled in detail to see whether they are conform to the drawings of the Brusselle engineers. Before painting, the parts are carefully degreased and different layers are applied according to the painting program.
All machinery is subject to testing under no load and will only be delivered to the customer after a Factory Acceptance Test (FAT). After last and final inspection, an identification plate is riveted on every steering gear and winch, showing the unique serial number (FN) and confirming that the item is made according to the “Brusselle” quality control system. Every machine has its own technical file and eventual adaptations during its life cycle are being recorded by it’s serial (FN) number. This registration system allows a consequent aftersales-service.