Our highly responsible and detail-oriented quality control staff is making every effort to achieve the goal of our quality requirement: zero-defect.
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IQC: the first step of our QC procedure. All the materials are undertaken the strict test by our IQC staff before being released to the production lines.
100% QC: every unit is fully checked during production in several important check points.
QA: the finished products undergo random check in accordance with AQL international standard before delivery.
Our Quality Standards
We have very strict quality procedures starting from the IQC till the shipment to our customer.
The primary function of Quality Assurance at our factory is to support quality objectives of OUR CUSTOMERS.
We are using standard forms for :
Production Measurement Chart
In-line Inspection Report for Our QA People
Final Inspection Report
AQL Table (Acceptable Quality Level = AQL)
The Acceptable Quality Level ( AQL ) is defined as the maximum number of defects per unit of a product, that for the purpose of sampling inspection , can be considered satisfactory acceptable . These sampling plans were most frequently used in military and now more and more consumer products are adopting this system.
During the production, depending on the quantity of the order, our QA Team does at least three in-line audits in the factory. Our QA People randomly choose cartons which represents all colors/sizes with the related order in the shipment.
We are mostly using AQL 1.5 +/-4.0 Level II for our clients. AQL 1.5 shows us the maximum acceptable numbers of the major defects and AQL 4.0 shows us the maximum acceptable numbers of the minor defects. If there are any critical defects in the shipment, shipment is hold by our QA Team.
1. CRITICAL DEFECTS:
A critical defect is one that judgments and experiences indicate is likely to:
a ) Result hazardous or unsafe conditions for individuals using, or
b ) Prevent performance or tactical function of a major end item.
2. MAJOR DEFECTS:
A major defect is one, which is likely to result in failure or to reduce materially the use ability of a unit of product for its intended purpose.
3. MINOR DEFECTS:
A minor defect is one that is not likely to reduce materially the use ability of unit of a product for its intended purpose; or is a departure from established standards having little bearing on the effective use, operation and performance of a unit of product.