Guangzhou Garment Inspection Service

 
  • Technical Sketches
  • Sample Sizes and Measurements
  • Construction Details
  • Bill of Materials (BOM)
  • Stitches and Seams
  • Branding Artwork
  • Measurement Specs
  • Point of Measurement (POM)
  • Diagrams


Having all of these bases covered in your tech pack allows you to provide clear specifications to a third-party inspection company as well.
An inspection services provider can serve as your QC team at factories overseas and will conduct inspections on your behalf.
You can provide them with your completed tech pack and they will use it to help you ensure that your garments meet specific quality standards.

How are these inspections conducted?

Garment Inspections: How They are Conducted
Working with a third-party inspection company to conduct Final Random Inspections helps ensure that orders meet your quality expectations before they leave the factory and are shipped to you.

You will need to work with your inspection partner to develop a quality inspection manual, provide measurements for all sizes of each of your products, and develop an inspection checklist.

Once the appropriate number of pieces is selected for inspection, the inspector can begin going through the checklist and start taking measurements.
 
 
Physical Tests
The following physical tests are generally conducted to ensure product quality:
 
Stretch Test – This involves testing straps or elastic bands to see if they stand up to pulling or stretching.

Pull Test – Zippers or buttons are pulled for 10 seconds with a gauge to determine if they stay attached.

Fatigue Test – An accessory is used repeatedly to determine if it stands up to normal usage. For example, a button is snapped or a zipper is pulled 50 times.
If garments don’t pass these tests, the shipment may fail inspection.
 
Fabric Tests
The following fabric tests are usually conducted:
 
Stitches Per Inch Check – The inspector counts the number of stitches over one inch of the garment to determine durability.

Fabric Composition Check – The inspector uses hand feel to determine if the fabric seems to match the appropriate composition.

Fabric Grams Per Square Meter (GSM) Check – The inspector cuts out a piece of fabric and weighs it to see if the weight matches specifications.
If any of these tests are not passed, the shipment may fail inspection.
 
Lab Tests: An Additional Quality Control Option
In addition to conducting inspections, you can also send completed garments out for lab testing.
 
Garments can be tested for colorfastness to washing, crocking (rubbing), light, perspiration, or water.
 
The lab can also conduct piling tests, do fiber analysis, test for flammability, and more.
 
Together with inspections, lab tests can give you a well-rounded QC program that helps ensure your garments are compliant with regulations and meet your high brand standards.
 
Summary: Quality Control Procedures Help Importers Avoid Poor Quality 
 
Garment Shipments
Having proper quality control procedures in place is important to any brand that wants to have long-term success in the marketplace.
 
Third-party quality inspections can help brands to accomplish this.
 
Once a tech pack is provided to the QC company, a quality manual and an inspection checklist can be developed.
 
Inspections can be conducted, which include procedures such as measurement taking, label checking, and conducting physical tests and fabric checks.
 
Sending garments to a third-party lab can help you conduct additional tests to ensure quality, safety, and compliance.



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