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GANTNER Instruments Test & Measurement GmbH

GANTNER Instruments Test & Measurement GmbH
Heidelberger Landstraße 74
D-64297 Darmstadt

Tel: +49 6151 95136723

The aerospace industry places special demands on its own products and, consequently, also on its suppliers which include the manufacturers of test systems. Gantner Instruments has delivered measurement systems for many years to this industry. The scope of applications ranges from the testing of turboprop equipment for helicopters and aircraft through outdoor testing of jet turbines for large aircraft with up to 1,000 measuring points, primarily for temperature measurement.

For testing the strength of individual components and complete assemblies, we offer data acquisition systems mainly for strain and force measurement, as well as components for controlling and monitoring actuators.
Other applications include fatigue testing of turbine components, and testing of landing gear and hydraulic parts.

Besides focusing on product quality, our customers from the aerospace industry place special emphasis on the quality of methods and processes in an enterprise. This covers everything from development, procurement of materials, manufacturing and calibration through to the delivery process. We have passed these quality assurance checks and all FATs (Factory Acceptance Tests) without objection.


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