Our QC staffs monitor the whole production & shipment procedures
from pre-production check, during production check, final random inspection
to loading supervision.
During inspection, product sample size is randomly selected according to the well-known
MIL-STD-105E, ANSI/ASQC Z1.4, ABC-STD-105, BS6001, ISO 2859, DIN 40080.
After the selection of product samples from the shipment lot, the inspection will be
performed according to the Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) standard.
During inspection, all defects found are classified into 3 categories: Critical, Major and
Minor. These classifications are made based on the following principles:
Critical: A Defect that is likely to result in producing an unsafe condition or contravene
mandatory regulation. In our normal practice, no Critical Defect is accepted; any of this
kind of defect found will be subjected to an automatic rejection of inspection result.
Major: A Defect that would reduce the usability of the product, or that shows an obvious
appearance defect that would affect the sales of the product.
Minor: A Defect that does not reduce the usability of the product, but it is still beyond
the defined quality standard.