ce logo

PRINCIPLES
Our gloves have been trusted by major MNCs in the high-tech industries worldwide. One of the crucial factors behind our success is the strict quality control policy and innovative technologies that we have developed and adhere to over the years.

Our guiding principle in quality control has always been to ensure what comes in is right, what goes out exceeds customer's expectations. To keep up with our high quality standards, we carry out stringent quality checks as well as laboratory testing, at every stage of our production process so as to control defects and ensure the right product is manufactured. We also have regular in-house trainings and operational meetings to ensure our employees are exposed to the best knowledge and precise manufacturing techniques.

We strongly believe that inspection at the early stages of production is far more important and effective than final release inspection. Hence our final release inspection is preceded by four main inspection stages, each stage consists of various tests, as illustrated below.
ce quality quotetext


STAGE-WISE INSPECTION
ce quality stage





METHODS OF INSPECTION

ce qc_1
ce qc_2
ce qc_3
FTIR Analysis
Physical Strength Test
Ion Chromatography
FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared) spectrometer is used to detect trace contaminants of silicone, amide & DOP.
Tensile strength & elongation of the glove are tested prior to washing.
Ionic content of the glove is quantitatively analyzed with ion chromatography (IC) to identify anion, cation & heavy metals.


ce qc_4
ce qc_5
ce qc_6
Liquid Particle Counting
Surface Resistivity Test
Static Decay Test
Glove particulate cleanliness is measured by laser beam sensors generated in a biaxially shaking, fixed sample of ultra-pure water.
Surface resistivity of the glove is measured as an indication of ESD protection.
Static decay rate is measured to determine the glove's ability to dissipate electrostatic discharge.


 
 
total-non-volatile
quadrupole-mass-spectromete
coefficient-friction
Total Non Volatile Residue
Outgassing & Hydrocarbon
Coefficient Of Friction
Extracts from evaporated solvents such as IPA & Hexane are measured for TNVR content.
A GCMS is used to test for outgassing & RHC content from extracts of the glove.
The grip surface of the glove is measured using a COF tester to quantify its frictional force for high tacky, mild tacky or slippery finishing.