Our qual­i­ty stan­dards

Our high qual­i­ty stan­dards with­in the JÄGER Group are firm­ly anchored in the thoughts and actions of our employ­ees. Qual­i­ty always forms the basis of our dai­ly tasks as well as each process or pro­duc­tion step. Thus, in addi­tion to our com­pre­hen­sive prod­uct diver­si­ty, we also deliv­er qual­i­ty that sets stan­dards.

In the sense of con­tin­u­ous improve­ment, we con­stant­ly devel­op our qual­i­ty man­age­ment sys­tem fur­ther and all com­pa­nies of the JÄGER Group are cer­ti­fied accord­ing to DIN EN ISO 9001, in order to reflect exact­ly this com­mit­ment to our clients and sup­pli­ers.

In order to be able to guar­an­tee our clients the high­est qual­i­ty stan­dards, a wide range of equip­ment is avail­able to us in our in-house lab­o­ra­to­ries with­in the JÄGER Group. This ser­vice ben­e­fits you and us in the devel­op­ment of mix­tures and prod­ucts.

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Rub­ber is a fas­ci­nat­ing mate­r­i­al that is con­stant­ly being researched. There are now many pre­dictable and ver­i­fi­able aspects, but it remains an inter­est­ing mate­r­i­al. A wealth of expe­ri­ence is the most impor­tant thing you can acquire.
Dr. Chris­t­ian von Niswandt-Wil­hel­mi
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Our test pro­ce­dures

The com­bi­na­tion of indi­vid­ual test results in rela­tion to dif­fer­ent ques­tions helps to find con­crete answers. We car­ry out the fol­low­ing tests in our lab­o­ra­to­ries with regard to qual­i­ty and mate­r­i­al:

  • Mooney vis­cos­i­ty
  • Abra­sion resis­tance
  • Com­pres­sion set
  • Elon­ga­tion at break
  • Ten­sile strength
  • Rebound elas­tic­i­ty
  • Hard­ness tests accord­ing to Shore A and D
  • Micro Shore A hard­ness test
  • Tear resis­tance
  • Den­si­ty deter­mi­na­tion
  • Ten­sile defor­ma­tion rest
  • Adhe­sive strength
  • Sep­a­ra­tion test

The cal­cu­la­tions of our lab­o­ra­to­ry tech­ni­cians are always based on DIN spec­i­fi­ca­tions or US-Amer­i­can ASTM stan­dards. Above all for cus­tomers who offer their prod­ucts for sale in the USA, this offers a deci­sive qual­i­ta­tive advan­tage.

These stan­dard test pro­ce­dures accord­ing to the fol­low­ing stan­dards are pos­si­ble:
DIN 22102–1, DIN 22102–3, DIN 53504, DIN 53512, DIN 53530, DIN EN ISO 1183–1, DIN ISO 2285, DIN ISO 34–1, DIN ISO 4649, DIN ISO 7619–1, DIN ISO 815–1

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Rub­ber is a ver­sa­tile mate­r­i­al — it can be used under the most diverse con­di­tions and can come into con­tact with the most diverse media with­out any impair­ment of its prop­er­ties. In our in-house mix­ing facil­i­ty, each type of rub­ber can be adjust­ed with dif­fer­ent addi­tives and small changes can have a big impact.
Dr. Robert Zahn
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Our zero defect phi­los­o­phy

The focus of our qual­i­ty activ­i­ties is the zero-defect strat­e­gy with pre­ven­tive mea­sures to min­i­mize the prob­a­bil­i­ty of errors occur­ring.

Based on this phi­los­o­phy, errors are to be com­plete­ly avoid­ed through appro­pri­ate orga­ni­za­tion of process­es, qual­i­fi­ca­tion of our employ­ees* and con­tin­u­ous improve­ment of the infra­struc­ture. All process­es in sales, prod­uct devel­op­ment and pro­duc­tion must there­fore be con­stant­ly checked for their poten­tial for improve­ment. In addi­tion, we focus on the train­ing of our employ­ees in order to focus our atten­tion on the cor­rect exe­cu­tion of our work.

Our experts for high­est qual­i­ty stan­dards: Dr. Chris­t­ian von Niswandt-Wil­hel­mi and Dr. Robert Zahn.