Initial production inspection or IPC is the special inspection that is carried out at the very beginning of the batch production. It is usually carried out when 20% of the production has been completed. The IPC checks for the quality, quantity, and specifications of raw materials and the accessories associated with the production. The initial production checks are also classified as an early warning system that attempts to localize and rectify any defects during the very initial phases of production.
Ace Sure Inspection will ensure that you start your production on the right footings and avoid any delays/defects during the later parts of production.
For all inspections, ASIS uses the standard internationally recognized ANSI/ASQC Z1.4 (ISO 2859-1) statistical sampling procedure. These comprehensive criteria cover: functionality, performance, durability, overall appearance, and dimension.
Our team of experienced inspectors will visit your production site on the inspection request date. These inspectors will be backed by strong checklists that will ensure all aspects of the production line are thoroughly checked.
During the initial production inspection, our inspectors will check various aspects of the production facility and the raw materials to ensure a smooth and seamless production line. A few of the items checked during the Initial production inspection include:
Once any issues have been identified, it is important for inspectors to follow up with suppliers to ensure that all problems are resolved before starting mass production of the product.
Once the inspection is completed, ASIS will provide feedback to the client on any potential issues found with the product during the inspection process. This can help clients catch any potential problems before they become too costly or time-consuming to fix.
The inspector will prepare a final report detailing all findings from the inspection process. This report should be provided to the client so that they can take appropriate action to resolve any issues.
ASIS - Inspection Request Format
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