Clothing-Textile Inspection

 

What is inspected and checked in a Clothing or Textile Inspection?

During a clothing or textile inspection, the inspector will select at random units from all the different batches in your order. The sample quantity and acceptance levels will be established through the AQL method and their associated tables.

The inspection companies on Goodada.com will inspect to ISO 2859-1 or ANSI/AS QC Z1.4 which are internationally recognised and accepted standards of inspections.

The inspections are visual inspections and cover items such as Appearance, Functionality, Performance and Durability.

A Clothing or Textile Inspection will over the following areas:

  • Quantity – Confirm that the quantities of products are correct for each size, shape and/ or design.

  • Measurements of the clothing or fabric including-

 

  • SHOULDER
  • CHEST
  • HEM SEAM OPEN RELAXED
  • HEM OPEN RIB JOIN
  • HEM RIB BAND WIDTH
  • LENGTH FROM HSP
  • ARMHOLE STRAIGHT
  • L/SLEEVE LENGTH
  • L/SLEEVE HEM @ JOINING
  • SLEEVE RIB CUFF OPEN
  • SLEEVE CUFF WIDTH

 

  • NECK WIDTH
  • FRONT NECK DROP (INCL RIB)
  • BACK NECK DROP
  • HOOD LENGTH
  • HOOD WIDTH
  • POCKET WIDTH AT TOP
  • POCKET WIDTH AT BOTTOM
  • POCKET WIDTH @ WIDEST POINT
  • POCKET CENTRE HEIGHT EXCL HEM BAND
  • POCKET SIDE HEIGHT
  • HOOD CASING WIDTH

 

  • Fabric- Confirm that the fabric visually appears to be ordered. Note that in certain cases a laboratory test is required to confirm the fabrics used

  • Weight- Weighing randomly selected pieces to confirm that the weight is to the pre-determined value

  • Colour- Confirm that the colours and patterns match what the buyer is requiring

  • Physical Tests- Preform physical tests on the cloths including Abrasion, Pilling Resistance, Colourfastness.

  • Stitching- Confirm that the stitching is to the buyers specifications including areas in the neck, pockets and edges

  • Trims- Confirm the Zippers and ties are correct and in the proper location

  • Confirm Labels and Artwork-
    • Fiber Identification Labels – Governments from most countries now require labels that identify the fibers that are used to make apparel or are contained in furnishing product for the home to be attached to the product. The labels must show the type of fiber used and the percentage of that fiber used in the product.
    • Care Label Instructions - Many countries have mandatory or voluntary standards for care label instructions applicable to textile and apparel.
  • Confirm Packing and Packaging- Make sure that products are packed in accordance with the buyers requirements.
  • Samples of the clothing or textiles can be sent to a laboratory for further testing if required.

 

How it works?

Step 1 - Customer fills out an online inspection request form.

Step 2 - Inspection coordinator confirms the inspection request and assigns an inspector to your inspection.

Step 3 - Customer makes payment for inspection.

Step 4 - Inspector then visits the factory and follows inspection protocol as per inspection order details.

Step 5 - Inspection coordinator will review and upload inspection report within 48 hours of inspection date.*

Step 6 - Client can download and review report, plus request a call back to discuss inspection report and result.

 

For more information about Quality Control Inspections please contact:

Contact Person: Shane Mc Mahon

Email: s.mcmahon@goodada.com

Phone:  00353 1 849 9326

 

 

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