GÖKSER: The New Address for Special Centrifugal Testing Devices

11 Eylül 2019
For each device, GÖKSER develops specific interfaces according to the customer requirements.

You can read the news article published in the DSEI’19 Special Issue of MSI Turkish Defence Review here:

 

GÖKSER is showcasing an example of its centrifugal testing device, the newest member of its solution family, for the first time at DSEI 2019. Configured as a solution that can be adapted according to user requirements rather than as an off-the-shelf product, the device stands out as a cost-effective product that completely satisfies customer requirements.

 

The centrifugal testing device can be used for testing missiles and munitions. Required by R&D laboratories, product development companies and certification authorities, these devices are developed according to both ISO and military standards. While many manufacturers offer these devices as off-the-shelf products, certain institutions and organizations need special devices with specific features to test the systems they develop.

For each device, GÖKSER develops specific interfaces according to the customer requirements.

For each device, GÖKSER develops specific interfaces according to the customer requirements.

 

Having established a corporate culture that stipulates the development of flexible solutions to satisfy the needs of the end-user in all fields of activity, GÖKSER is also adapting this approach to centrifugal testing devices. GÖKSER listens to what kind of system the customer needs, and to which standards the user will conduct tests, and develops the exact testing device needed. By completely satisfying the user requirements, the device facilitates the works and activities of the end user. That said, GÖKSER’s products are more cost-effective than off-the-shelf solutions that usually offer more features than is required.

Speaking on the addition of centrifugal testing devices to their solution family, Serhat Ünal, Deputy General Manager of GÖKSER, said: “As a company that develops indigenous products, we know very well the importance of testing equipment. These devices must be reliable, easy-to-use and cost-effective. With our centrifugal testing devices, we aim to fully meet the needs of users, and I can say with great pleasure that we have achieved this.”

 

Trusted Partner of the Sector

For 33 years, GÖKSER has been successfully meeting the electromechanical system and subsystem requirements of the Turkish Land, Air and Naval Forces Commands, the General Command of Gendarmerie and the Turkish National Police. The company has recently also intensified its efforts towards overseas markets.

GÖKSER’s product family includes air conditioning systems for mobile camps and hospitals, ground support devices for aircraft and helicopters, and munition testing systems. GÖKSER’s quality management system has been recognised with AS9100 Rev D certification and an ISO 9001:2015 certificate.

Aside from its indigenous products and solutions, GÖKSER also designs and manufactures bespoke electromechanical subsystems for prime contractor companies. Being an approved supplier of many prime contractors, GÖKSER delivers these systems after subjecting them to the requested tests, supplying them with the necessary documentation.

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CAD drawing of GÖKSER’s Centrifugal Testing Device and the device on the production line.

 

GÖKSER Centrifugal Testing Devices

Centrifugal testing devices are used to analyse the mechanical or electrical behaviours of the parts and assemblies that are subject to linear acceleration. The device has two rods, to which two samples of equal weight and geometry can be connected at the same time. If there is only one sample, the test is performed with a counterweight. For each device, specific interfaces are made available according to the customer requirements. The system is designed in recognition of the size, weight and features of the samples to be tested. The centrifugal testing device is resistant to the centrifugal force that acts on the tested sample, and ensures the safety of the test with a structure that is resistant to impact (in the event of part of the sample coming loose during testing). The system is manufactured to absorb vibrations and sudden movements, and features both mechanical and electronic measures.

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