Power Tool Product Inspection

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YSI Power Tool Product Inspection

A power tool is a mechanized tool that uses an electric motor or an electromagnet as the power and drives the working head through a transmission mechanism. The application fields of power tools cover the machinery industry, construction roads, decoration, landscaping, wood processing, metal processing and other manufacturing industries.

Globally, North America and Europe are the largest markets for power tools in the world. In recent years, with the rapid development of emerging markets, Asia, Latin America and other regions have become important driving forces for the growth of the global power tool market.

my country is a big country in the production of power tools, and there are a large number of production enterprises.

Power tool product inspection scope

Power tools are mainly divided into metal cutting power tools, grinding power tools, assembly power tools and railway power tools. Common power tools are:

- Miter saws, chainsaws, circular saws, band saws, jigsaws, wire saws, sawing machines, disc shears;

- Tile cutters, planers, trimmers, cross-cut saws, reciprocating saws, planers, split-pole rotary planer chippers;

- Electric scissors, lawn mowers, weeders, scarifiers, sewing machines, grinders, polishers, sanders, cement mixers, nailers, wall cutters, waxers;

-Abrasives, drills, hammers, screwdrivers, chisels, glue guns, hot melt glue guns, soldering irons, welding guns, hot air guns.

On-site inspection and inspection points of electric tools

1. Visual inspection

2. Product size/weight check

3. Barcode Scanning Check

4. Assembly/Installation Inspection

5. Assembly Test

6. Full function test

7. Coating adhesion test

8. Color fastness inspection

9. Silkscreen Test

10. Transport drop test

11. Stability Test

12. High Voltage Test

13. Power-on inspection

14. Ground test

15. Functional or Input Power/Current Check

16. Power cord pull test

17. Internal workmanship and inspection of key components

13. Product drop test

14. Burn-in test

15. Disassembly test