FMEA (failure mode and effect analysis)

FMEA (or “impact analysis” for short) is an analytical method used in reliability engineering to identify potential weak points in technical systems or products.

FMEA is used in quality management and safety management to prevent faults and prophilactically increase the technical reliability.

FMEA is used in particular in the design and development phase of new products or processes.

The use of FMEA prevents costs resulting from inspection and faults during the production phase or even in the field (with the customer) and reduces series costs.

The systematic approach of the H&H employees and their many years of experience in conducting FMEAs in various sectors will also help reduce your series production process costs.