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Top 5 On-site Tests for Lighters

by George Huang on 18 Mar 2016 | 0 Comments
The hazardous potential of lighters makes QC inspection by professionals all the more important before your product reaches the hands of the end-consumer. These five tests for lighters will help you determine if your product is safe enough for distribution to the public. Ensuring there are no issues with components and assembly will help protect the people that ultimately use your product and help you avoid a product recall.

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Top 5 On-site Tests for Watches

by Stacy Bruce on 7 Mar 2016 | 2 Comments
Have you ever needed to get a wrist watch repaired after condensation fogged up the watch face? Did you ever give a watch to someone as a gift only to have the leather wristband fall apart just weeks later? Ensure that your customers are receiving the level of quality they're paying for by carrying out these five on-site tests during your next watch inspection.

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Top 5 Lab Tests for Cookware

by George Huang on 14 Feb 2016 | 0 Comments
Do you know where the pots and pans in your kitchen came from? Do you know what they are made of? Being an importer of cookware products holds you liable for more than just the visible quality aspects of your products. Cookware is a relatively sensitive product type since it deals with high heat and food preparation. Be sure to consider these five lab tests for cookware. They will help you identify potential issues with your product before it leaves the factory.

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Top 5 On-site Tests for Porcelain Dinnerware

by George Huang on 3 Feb 2016 | 0 Comments
Porcelain dinnerware is a common household item for many. But the risks to consumers when dinnerware is not tested during inspection before use are lesser known. A porcelain bowl can crack and break if heated too quickly. A casserole dish can shatter in your dishwasher during cleaning. And your favorite porcelain coffee mug advertised as “microwave-safe” can blow up in your microwave.

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Top 5 On-site Tests for Bags and Suitcases

by Stacy Bruce on 21 Jan 2016 | 4 Comments
Many of us have had a bad experience with buying a cheaply made bag. Chances are that cheap bag wasn’t tested for quality and durability before leaving the factory that made it. If you’re an importer of bags or an end consumer, it pays to be familiar with these simple tests for bags and suitcases typically carried out during product inspection. Whether they’ll be used for hauling school books, carrying groceries or will be shaken up in the cargo hold of an airplane, consider the value of your bag’s contents when deciding how important quality is to you.

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Simple Storage Tank Leak Test in 6 Steps

by John Niggl on 7 Dec 2015 | 4 Comments
The soapy water tank leak test stands alone in its simplicity, low cost, and effectiveness. Make sure leak testing is performed on any imported tanks.

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Essential Dishwasher Testing for Kitchenware

by John Niggl on 17 Nov 2015 | 2 Comments
Whether you are using ceramic, stainless steel, silicone or Pyrex polymer kitchenware, any item that claims to be dishwasher safe should go through the same method of testing during a product inspection before the goods leave the factory. Here you'll learn everything you need to know about dishwasher testing for kitchenware.

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5 Packaging Tests Vital for Product Inspection

by Stacy Bruce on 19 Aug 2015 | 1 Comment
Have you ever received a shipment only to discover that your goods have been damaged due to improper packaging? That is why verifying packaging during product inspection is just as important as verifying the product inside. In this article we’ll tell you about the five most common packaging tests vital for product inspection to ensure you get the best protection possible for your product.

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4 Types of Cookware Testing for Product Inspection

by Megan Young on 20 Jul 2015 | 0 Comments
Have you considered some of the issues that can arise when a cookware item fails during use? Enamel can chip off. Handles on a skillet can come apart. Appliance can short circuit or catch fire. In this article, you'll learn about some of the common types of product testing commonly performed for cookware.

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Coating Adhesion Testing for Cast Iron

by John Niggl on 19 Dec 2014 | 0 Comments
Hate to see chips, peeling and other damage to the enamel coating of your cast iron cookware? Coating adhesion testing verifies bonding strength of the coating and is an important on-site for cast iron cookware. This type of special inspection testing looks for any weaknesses in the enamel... ?

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