Quarta EVO Measuring Instruments Management

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Quarta EVO Measuring Instruments Management

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The guarantee of product quality has a significantly impact on the competitiveness of the company especially in the field of mechanical engineering, and it is essential to use equipment that is calibrated and verified correctly. For this reason, ISO 9001 require, given their importance, management and monitoring tools, but also all other relevant legislation from Automotive, Aerospace, Medical Device Railway to put a strong focus on this topic. For this reason, Calvin ®, one of the leading systems in the world on the issue of calibration of instruments in Europe, is an integral part of the suite of Quarta EVO products.

Features and Benefits

The management, monitoring and planning of the measuring instrument is managed through rich content that collects all the data related to the instrument and a documentation of the life cycle of the instrument from the time of purchase, through calibration , the movements of warehouse and loans up to destruction as scrap.

Powerful query and alert systems provide monitoring of deadlines, trigger calibration both inside and outside of the establishment.

The characteristics of the instruments can be automatically calculated using the most frequent standards ( ISO, ANSI / ASME , BS , DIN, UNI) . The user has the option to complete the arrangement or regulations to define corporate standards that differ from the official rules .

The calibration and metrological verification is based on a powerful system for establishing calibration procedures with the aid of the tables which already exist in the system that contain the values of the various legislations . In addition to the drivers already present for many machine calibration and instrument calibration ( such as Mahr , Zeiss, Trimos , SIP, Fluke ) , you can define custom drivers to communicate with various machines present in the measuring rooms and / or laboratories . It is also possible to consider the measurement uncertainty of the calibration processes for a correct interpretation of the measured value.

The analysis, assessment and certificates interpret and compare the values measured during the calibration cycle with the specific regulations or corporate standards. A flexible reporting system allows you to create personalized certificates that contain more than the instrument’s data, environmental conditions, information on the calibration process (samples, machines, operators) and the measured values can be displayed in tabular or graphical form. Analysing the historical calibration is possible to evaluate the stability and the possible use of the instrument over time.

Like all systems of the Quarta EVO Suite, Calvin is also available in different languages and other options such as application, reporting and can be installed on different databases.

  • Master data base, complete with the ability to create hierarchical instruments connected through a BOM;
  • Automatic calculation of maturity with various algorithms;
  • Automatic calculation of the characteristics of the instruments in reference to various regulatory or corporate standards;
  • Automatic calculation of tolerances for smooth and threaded gages;
  • Timetables and alerts via e-mail;
  • Ability to customize or create new procedures in relation to company standards;
  • Management of calibration parameters in reference to tables that contain values of the most used standards or custom values;
  • Differentiation of procedures for new instruments/in use, tools, samples, laboratory or production;
  • Managing the audit procedures;
  • Integration with various measuring machines;
  • Automatic calculation of the results such as the calibrated values of the threads;
  • Comparison with the measurement uncertainty of the calibration processes;
  • Flexible creation of certificates;
  • Tabular and graphical results found;
  • Interpretation of the values of measurement uncertainty;
  • Analysis of historical settings;
  • Integration with other applications of the Quarta EVO .