When we talk about furniture hardware, these are the usual components found in our homes and offices that usually go unnoticed. These components play very important role in our everyday lives because of the fact that these components help maintain and prevent any misalignment’s or dis-assembly during use. Doors, tables, beds, televisions and much more home equipment rely on different furniture hardware not only to help maintain the aesthetic looks, but also to assure that everything will stay intact.
There are a lot of quality control standards for the various furniture hardware components. It is very important to follow the appropriate furniture hardware inspection processes to ensure that the safety standards for each component have been followed. To help narrow down the different furniture hardware components, we will classify them into their rightful categories:
Adjustable Leg, Sofa Leg, Table Leg and Kitchen Leg Inspections
The inspection process involves visual inspection to identify and inspect the different materials, components and locks, and as well as to verify if the different legs are ready for final inspection; internal inspection, where the item inspected will undergo a series of stability tests to verify if each leg has the same measurement in size and width; and hands-on inspection, to verify if each leg has passed the series of tests to ensure that the materials are ready for distribution.
Cabinets, Closets, Doors, Casters, Coasters, Toe Caps, and Storage Area Inspections
Hinges, Latches, Handles and Door Knob Assemblies
Each inspection process involved for these components is strictly enforced to ensure fewer issues during production. The inspection process for these components include: Visual inspection, where each item will be inspected after manufacturing for any misalignments, dents, cracks or any unusual lumps on the steel frame to ensure product reliability; internal inspection, where each item will be checked for its components (door knob assemblies) to ensure that each item has the appropriate tools for operation; and hands-on inspection, to properly assess the performance of each item to ensure that product is ready for final inspection and be lined in for production.
Locks, Keys, Covers and Accessories
Each inspection process involved for these accessories is manufactured to its finest standards to adhere to the quality guidelines set by different quality control standards all over the world. The inspection process to be taken for these accessories are visual inspection, where each item will undergo a physical check to ensure that there are no damages, misalignment’s and anomalies that took place during production; internal inspection to ensure that each accessory has its proper components needed for operation; and structural integrity inspection, where each accessory will be tested for an extended period of time to ensure product reliability and effectiveness.