Quality Policy

Prime Line Industrial Controls is committed to product and service excellence, business growth, and continuous improvements to meet or exceed internal and external customer needs.
We will accomplish these goals by design, manufacturing, and process innovations, by treating individuals with respect, and by establishing partnerships with our employees, customers, suppliers, and stakeholders.

 

Quality Objectives

“To achieve world class quality, Prime Line Industrial Controls will continuously work towards complete customer satisfaction and continuous quality improvements to achieve 100% on-time shipments of products with zero defects. Quality Objectives or “metrics” used to measure progress are defined and maintained.”

 

Quality Overview

Quality Inspection

  • Quality inspectors are ASQ Certified Quality Inspectors
  • We employ in-process automated measuring sensors and feedback with alarms and data storage.
  • An ISIR (initial sample inspection report) is done on all new parts and periodic review of existing products.
    An ISIR is a full dimensional lay out of six pieces of the part being inspected.
  • Machining Centers Quality Assurance (Control)
    • Set-up: Every first piece is inspected by a Quality Inspector and validated on machine setup.
    • In the early, middle and late stages of the machine run on each shift, the machine operator inspects a part from the machine.
    • Two to three times per shift, a Quality Inspector verifies a part from each machine for each set-up.
      (This is in addition to the first piece run. See Set-up in (a) above.)
    • Once a day, a Quality Inspector verifies that the machine operator performs the required parts inspections.
    • Monthly, the Quality Manager verifies that the Quality Inspectors are verifying machine operators’ inspections by reviewing written reports and data logs.
  • Assembly Cells Quality Assurance (Control)
    • Set-up: Every first piece is inspected and validated in each Assembly Cell upon machine setup.
    • An ISIR (initial sample inspection report) is done on all new parts and periodic review of existing products. An ISIR is a full dimensional lay out of six pieces of the part being inspected.
    • Every cable is pull-tested to 75% of its rated load.
    • Every two hours a cable from each cell is destructively tested to ensure continuous quality.

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