Our Quality Promise

The quality assurance at Hammerschmiede Jäckel Essen GmbH

Guaranteeing the high quality of our products and services in combination with on-time delivery and thus the satisfaction of our customers is our top priority. With our quality assurance measures in all operational areas, we guarantee compliance with all requirements for our products. We offer our customers high quality, efficient time management and production according to individual specifications at a fair price.

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Certificates and Approvals

As Hammerschmiede Jäckel Essen GmbH, it is very important to us that we regularly undergo all important certification processes and thus can confirm the quality of our work. We are certified by TÜV-Nord and according to NORSOK M650 for:

After complex but interesting preparations we are able to announce the completion of the following approvals for VdTüV Werkstoffblätter:

  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 418 – 1.4462
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 502 – 1.4529
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 421 – 1.4539
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 424 – 2.4610
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 479 - 2.4602
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 499 – 2.4856
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 505 – 2.4605
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 517 – 2.4600
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 412 + 434 – 1.4876
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 432/3 – 2.4858
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 345 – 2.4068
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 263 – 2.4360
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 305 – 2.4816
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 400 – 2.4819
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 480 – Zirkonium
  • VdTÜV Werkstoffblatt 230/3 – 3.7035

History of Technology Certificates in Germany

Certificates in the technical and industrial sector as quality assurance have been established in Germany with increasing industrialization in the 19th century. As the number and efficiency of steam engines increased, there were more and more accidents caused by exploding steam boilers. After the explosion of the boiler in the Mannheimer Aktienbrauerei in January 1865, the idea was pursued to subject the boiler to regular inspections on a voluntary basis, as was the case in Great Britain. 20 boiler owners from Baden joined the plans and founded the company for the monitoring and insurance of steam boilers in the premises of the Mannheim stock exchange in D2,6 on January 6, 1866. It was the first audit association on mainland Europe. Other German states and regions followed suit. Because they were so successful in preventing accidents in the area of the rapidly developing steam boiler technology, they were later instructed to take safety tests in other technical areas, including the recurring test of motor vehicles and driving license tests.