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13 On-Site Bike Tests to Include in Your Bicycle Inspection Checklist

by Matthew Milasius on 5 Mar 2019 | 0 Comments
A thorough bicycle inspection checklist should always outline bike testing procedures, sample sizes and necessary equipment. Here are 13 on-site bike tests to help keep your product safety and quality in check.

Topics: Product Inspection, Sporting Goods, Quality Control Checklist

Sports Balls Inspection Process - Quality Control

by AQF Team on 24 Apr 2014 | 0 Comments

In the United States alone there are a lot of sports balls being produced on an everyday basis. While some products offer undefeated quality at a much higher price, some products chose to skip quality control checks to cut production costs. That is why it is very important to know the different quality control standards for sports balls.

Topics: Sporting Goods

Tennis Equipment Inspection Protocols - QC

by AQF Team on 24 Apr 2014 | 0 Comments

Tennis is considered to be one of the most sophisticated sports in the world today. Wherever you may be on the planet, it is more than safe to say that almost every country knows and plays this sport. Since the sport of tennis is played by different types of people, it is the different manufacturers’ jobs to ensure that there are different sets of tennis equipment suitable for all ages.

Topics: Sporting Goods

Volleyball Net Inspection Process

by AQF Team on 24 Apr 2014 | 0 Comments

Volleyball is a sport that can be both played on a recreational and competitive level. A lot of sports manufacturers today have started building different types of volleyball nets to suit the consumer’s budget and needs. The quality of volleyball nets vary by materials and value. There are two types of volleyball nets – indoor and outdoor nets. Each has its own characteristics and pros and cons.

Topics: Sporting Goods

Electric Bicycle Inspection and Quality Control Standards

by AQF Team on 24 Apr 2014 | 0 Comments

Electric bicycles are fast becoming an environment-friendly alternative form of transportation throughout the world. There is an estimated of more than 120 million electric bicycles running in the streets of China today. Electric bicycles sales in India, the United States of America, and European countries are also growing significantly. With recent developments in battery technology, it is expected that electric bicycles will become even more popular in every corner of the world.

Topics: Sporting Goods

Tennis Racket Inspection in China

by AQF Team on 24 Apr 2014 | 0 Comments

Before 1965 tennis rackets were constructed strictly from wood materials. In 1968, the Spalding company was the first company to market aluminum tennis rackets. The change in design allowed for a broader head. In 1981, The International Tennis Federation adopted rules defining acceptable tennis rackets for the use in the sport tennis. Tennis rackets sold in the United States are mass produced at one of several large factories in Japan or elsewhere in Asia.

Topics: Sporting Goods

Swimming Goggle Inspection and Quality Control Testing

by AQF Team on 24 Apr 2014 | 0 Comments
Lower quality manufacturing from the cheaper materials in China are leading to common swimming goggle problems such as leaky gaskets and lenses, and straps tearing or breaking.

Topics: Sporting Goods

Tennis Ball Inspection and Quality Control

by AQF Team on 24 Apr 2014 | 0 Comments

The process for manufacturing a tennis ball has not changed in over 100 years, but the tennis ball inspection process continues to advance with modern technology. Tennis balls were historically manufactured in Europe and USA until recently when the need to have lower labor costs, and cheaper raw materials shifted manufacturing to the Far East.

Topics: Sporting Goods