ISUN Kitchen & Homegoods Co., Ltd.
Quality Control

Quality Control

ISUN Kitchen & Homegoods Co. Ltd is a trading company, we have our own quality control team including the quality engineer and quality inspector. The quality engineer takes responsible to set the quality tolerance standard with customer and inspectors, so our inspector understands each details of the product before inspection.

And we will have at least twice inspections, inline inspection when order finished 50%( at least all parts finished 50%) to check each part meet standard esp. for color to ensure the color is correct, and final inspection after 80% goods finished final package into carton box, this will guarantee the whole shipment goods meet AOL 1.5/2.5 standard.

We have the strict internal quality control system to ensure out products delivered to customer guaranteed. 

Here we, ISUN Kitchen & Homegoods Co. Ltd guaranteed: 
A, All products delivered from Isun be inspected strictly per AQL standard
B, All products shipped meet customer's requirements
C, We guarantee at least 3 steps inspection for each shipment, pre-production of first sample checking, In-line inspection after at least 50% production finished and final inspection after final packing done. 

And following is the detailed functions of quality control:
1, Testing: The most basic function of quality control involves testing. Quality control department test the manufacturing process at the beginning, middle and end to ensure that the production quality remains the same throughout. If the QC discovers an issue at any point in the process, she works with the production team to remedy the issue. Quality control specialists perform quality control tests for services provided as well, evaluating the quality of a specific service at specified intervals throughout the time of service. Testing provides quality results as of the date of testing.

2, Monitoring : Monitoring consists of ongoing testing that the quality control specialist performs on a regular basis. The specialist repeats the testing and records the results of each test. After the specialist has performed several tests, he reviews the results and looks for any trends in quality. If the quality declines, he increases the amount of testing performed in that area. If the quality maintains or improves, he decreases the amount of testing performed in that area. The quality control specialist continues to monitor the trending of the results.

3, Auditing: Quality control specialists also spend time auditing the quality of a process which the specialist doesn’t work with. The quality control specialist may be auditing the work of the regular quality control work performed or auditing the quality of a process without any current quality control work. When performing the audit, the quality control specialist reviews the results reported by the regular quality control workers to determine if they performed the original tests correctly.

4, Reporting: Periodically, the quality control specialist reports the quality results to management. A high number of quality problems mean something is wrong with the process and there may be many unhappy customers for the company. Management reviews the number of quality problems and where they occur in the process and take action to address the issue.