Quality control in manufacturing is essential to provide your clients with high quality products and customer service.

Failing to run quality control checks in an effort to provide a quick service and get products shipped out sooner can backfire and result in costly product recalls by your end client. Ultimately, that means loss of business and increased costs for them. It may even result in you losing your client. So, as a manufacturer, quality control is essential.

You want your clients to receive high quality goods and products and be happy with your service. Ensuring quality control along the way in your manufacturing processes will maintain a reputation for delivering products without defect, enabling you to retain your clients and benefit from repeat business.

Implementing Quality Control

Quality control should not just be a one step check at the end of a manufacturing process. If errors have been made along the way, it’s likely you’ll have a whole batch of product that will be unusable if a defect is identified at this end stage. Not only will you have wasted time, resource and materials producing something that is defective, but you’ll have the added costs of reproducing the items correctly.

Checks should be made throughout the production process, ensuring that any defects or mechanical adjustments are identified and rectified along the way. If everything is as it should be, then you have peace of mind knowing that the end product is going to be produced to the best standard possible.

Here at PRV Engineering Quality is foremost in our manufacturing philosophy. As well as installing the latest state of the art inspection probing systems on our machining centres we also have a temperature controlled inspection department that houses a Renishaw PH20; a 5 axis touch probe CNC co-ordinate measuring machine that utilises the latest MODUS software for programming and control along with a host of inspection and testing equipment.

We test all our products during the manufacturing process and then again, finally prior to delivery. All products and services offered by the company are completed in accordance with our quality standard ISO 9001:2008 covering:

General and precision engineering producing, machined components and turned parts, wet spray painting and powder coating, steelwork fabrication, installation and maintenance

So passionate about the quality of our service are we that we currently hold

  • BS EN ISO 9001:2008
  • Acclaim SSIP
  • Constructionline
  • BS EN 1090 ex3

We are also proud to be CIPS registered and part of the SC21 supply chain development programme.

All equipment used for processing and inspection is calibrated and traceable to national standards and performed by a NAMAS registered body.

We believe in providing you, the customer with a comprehensive service to help solve any problems you may have. We ensure you receive a high quality service that will satisfy your requirements.

If you have a manufacturing problem, get in touch. Our multi disciplined approach means we are able to provide a complex and diverse range of products and services capable of solving most problems.

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