At the plant, international quality system ISO 9001 are implemented. Design and production of Vissol wheels is carried out in strict accordance with the international industry standard TSE, VIA, JWL.
When developing Vissol wheels, we use multistage control at all stages of design and production to meet the required quality and safety requirements of our customers.
To manufacture the forged wheels the 6061 aluminum-based alloy is used with alloying additives of magnesium, copper, silicon, zinc and other metals. This is the alloy used to produce parts in the aircraft industry.
The products undergo two heat treatment operations – quenching and tempering – to remove internal metal stresses.
Each blank passes several pressing operations. Then a solid wheel rim without spokes and holes is formed.
A designer develops a wheel model on the computer and calculates the required load and safety of the structure for the given vehicle.
The process of wheel processing starts with development and loading of a 3D-model to the memory of a computer-controlled machine.
Then the blank is machined on a lathe.
Then it goes to the CNC milling machine, where a certain part of the wheel is cut out: front design and mount holes. It takes about 12 hours to complete the work.
The wheel is sent for painting, and then to the drying chamber.
Next, each wheel undergoes final quality control and pre-sale training. The Vissol team prepares it for transportation: multi-layer packaging helps us bring the wheel to its destination without damage.