KLEENFITT adheres to stringent quality- control procedures and Quality check starts from every step levels of manufacturing from inward of goods to final dispatch of products. We ensure that entire raw material is tested for chemical composition from NABL certified labs to provide desired quality to our esteemed customers.


KLEENFITT follows and complies all quality management standards from ASME-BPE. OD and roundness testing is done with the help of ring type measuring heads including all modern highly equipped instruments. Surface roughness is tested in-house with most modern profilometers. Grain size testing is done in-house which gives accurate assessment of grain size in the specimen used to verify the effectiveness of a particular manufacturing process such as heat treatment.


We also ensure product’s proper technical documentation with the help of Barcode System that ensures flawless quality & Traceability of the product. Barcodes eliminate the possibility of human error, barcode scan is fast and reliable, and takes infinitely less time than entering data by hand, also help in Inventory control.


Each and every component are closely monitored and documented for current as well as future use. The component details include the materials used, surface finish, manufacturing date & time and other technical details, in order to ensure complete product traceability. Any flaw can be discovered at any point in the future can easily be traced and recovered.


A Material Test Report (MTR) is a quality assurance document in the steelmaking industry that certifies a material's compliance with:
An ASTM/ASME/UNS standard
Physical description, including dimensions and weight of heat or batch number that the document is referring to.
Chemical composition specification of the heat or batch number that the document is reffering to.
Mechanical properties of specimen(s) from the heat or batch number that the document is referring to.

Material traceability provides "Positive Proof" verification to not only the customer and their contractor, but also to all of the governing bodies and inspection agencies that must verify that the project meets government safety specification and requirements