Your benefits:

  • Compliance with industrial standards
  • Up to ten times faster than tactile measuring equipment
  • Miniaturized measuring probe
  • Measuring accuracies of less than 3 nm
  • Non-contact and wear-free
  • Virtually surface-independent measurements
  • Consistent values even for heterogenous surfaces
  • Easy-to-automate, full inspections possible
  • Adjustable linear axle

Contact us!

fionec GmbH

Ritterstrasse 12a
D-52072 Aachen

Phone: +49 (0) 241-8949 8840
Fax: +49 (0) 241-8949 8888


Surface Roughness Measuring Station

High-precision, non-contact

High-speed and compact surface roughness measurements

The surface structure of high-precision components plays a key role in determining the functional properties the final product will possess. The fionec RMP surface roughness measuring station is based on a high-precision fiber optic measuring system which is capable of capturing and analyzing surface profiles through non-contact technology. Delivering results quickly – the fionec sensors work up to ten times faster than tactile measuring equipment – it complies with all required industry standards. On top of that, the miniaturized measuring probe can reach even the smallest cavities (down to diameters of 0.15 mm). RMP – high precision quality control along the production line.

Surface Roughness Values

  • Surface roughness parameters according to DIN EN ISO 4287:
    Ra, Rk, Rt, Rq, Rz, Rp, Rsk, Rku, RSm, Rc, RPc
  • others:
    Rmax, Rlq, Rda, Rla, Rpmax, Rvmax
  • Bearing area curve and Rk parameters according to DIN EN ISO 13565:
    Rk, Rpk, Rvk, Rpkx, A1/2, Mr1/2, R1/2
  • Application of filters in compliance with DIN EN ISO 11562, 13565, 16610


Profile-based surface roughness measurements according to common standards

  • Inspection of technological surfaces and mico-structures following all common production processes (turning, milling, honing, polishing, coating etc.)
  • Measuring flat surfaces and rotationally symmetrical components (bearing seats, valves and valve seats, high-precision components for the automotive industry and its suppliers / Powertrain)
  • Measurements in hard-to-access spaces and cavities

Controlling quality, process operation and functionality

  • Quality assurance (for instance of components with tribological or functionally critical tolerances)
  • Control of tool wear and tear
  • Full inspections

Standalone and inline solutions