Standing by our philosophy of "Quality in Management", we are fully committed to delivering the best quality in every product we ship out.
Through years of experience in manufacturing, careful material selection, established production process, and strict product inspection, we maintain the highest standards that result in high-quality products.
In our effort to provide our clients with the finest hose clamps in the market, we secure domestic and international certifications that prove our production standards.
By applying stringent quality control methods in every step of our manufacturing process, we not only maintain but improve the quality of our products.
Carefully selected raw materials are processed and molded into desired products utilizing precision molding equipment.
Processed items are cleaned of any residue before subjected to powerful automated drying machines.
Completed products undergo a series of reviews and tests to ensure they function as required.
Product packaging is inspected fully for any defects before sent out of the warehouse.
Several tests are conducted on the products as a way of maintaining the peak performance of our hose clamps.
Vernier calipers, micrometers, and physical inspection are used to check that the finish and dimensions meet expected standards.
High-powered salt spray test machine verifies the corrosion resistance of raw materials before and after production.
Calibrated clamping force equipment audits clamping force of the finished product and measured on set requirements.
Using the latest tensile testing machines, the finished product’s fall off capacity is tested and verified.
Finished product goes through a microcomputer-controlled universal testing machine to detect tension strength.
To check water pressure tolerance and leak detection, hydraulic tests are completed utilizing modern testing machines.
To analyze what and how many of the chemical elements for the incoming materials in order to know the chemical performance.
To detect the clamping force of the finished clamp in eight directions.
To test whether there is no leakage after the hose is clamped by the clamp in high and low temperature environment.