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A Channels offers a complete range of product inspection services from early production check to container loading. We allocate specialized inspectors to control the status and quality level of your productions and send you a complete and illustrated report within 24 hours.

Our technical team is exclusively made of experts with a minimum of 5 years experience in quality control and a university degree. Every inspector is specialized in a certain category of products. All inspections are conducted following ISO 2859 standards for AQL tables use. Our internal policies guarantee first-hand information veracity and integrity.

A Channels booking platform allow our clients to book orders, amend checklists, check dates , consult reports online through any internet device.

AQLAQL Tables

Quality Control standard ISO 2859-1 (ANSI/ASQC Z1.4-2003), also known as the AQL Tables to conduct product inspections services.

The standard definition of the AQL (Acceptance Quality Limit) is “the maximum defective percent (or the maximum number of defects per hundred units) that, for purpose of sampling inspection, can be considered satisfactory as a process average”.

The inspector randomlys selects a sampling size quantity ( batch) based on the AQL table and classify the defects into critical, major and minor defects.

AQL Tables

Any condition found which poses the possibility of causing injury or harm to, or otherwise endangering the life or safety of, the end user of the product or others in the immediate vicinity of its use.

Major

Any condition found adversely affecting the product’s marketability and sale-ability or adversely affecting its required form, fit, or function, and which is likely to result in the end user returning it to the source from which it was purchased for replacement or refund.

Minor

Any condition found which while possibly less than desirable to the end user of the product, does not adversely affect its required marketability, sale-ability, form, fit, or function and is unlikely to result in its return to the source from which it was purchased.