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Very simple documents

Normal documents

Customer required documents

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We can supply following documents on request.

Demagnetization Curve

Demagnetization Curve
Dimension test report
Magnetic property test report

Demagnetization Curve
Dimension test report
Magnetic property test report
ISO9002 certificate copy
Process Flow chart
Part drawing
Manufacturing form
Control plan
Test equipment list
Process capability evidence
Inspection and test equipment capability evidence
Test sample
FMEA carried out report
Chemical analysis report


Production Part Approval Process:
The Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) outlines the methods used for approval of production and service commodities, including bulk materials, up to and including part submission warrant in the Advanced Quality Planning process. The purpose of the PPAP process is to ensure that suppliers of components comply with the design specification and can run consistently without affecting the customer line and improving the quality systems. PPAP ensures that you will achieve the first time quality and will lower down the cost of quality.

Our PPAP report including following documents:
1. FEMA(potential failure mold and effects analysis)
2. Process flow diagrams
3. Statistical Process Control (CPK & Normality test)
4. Measurement System Analysis Documents (gage R&R)
5. Control Plan
6. Part Submission Warrant (PSW)
7. Records of material/performance test results


Process Failure Modes Effects Analysis.
Is a systemized group of activities intended to: (a) recognize and evaluate the potential failure of a product/process and its effect, (b) identify actions which could eliminate or reduce the occurance, (c) document the process.(d)Track changes to process-incorporated to avoid potential failures.

Is a living document. Is better to take actions addressed to eliminate or reduce the potential causes than implement controls in process. Is a process which before hand tells you the potential failure modes and their effects.

In safety terminology in chemical industry, PFMEA can directly be related to HAZOP Analysis. HAZOP is an acronym for Hazard and Operability. It is a process to find out the potential failures of equipment, piping, pumps and utilities and their effects on plant and human safety. This study helps in introducing extra safety features beforehand on equipment and piping to avoid the potential failures and consequent disasters.

Control Plan

The intent of a process control plan is to control the product characteristics and the associated process variables to ensure capability (around the identified target or nominal) and stability of the product over time.

The process Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) is a document to identify the risks associated with something potentially going wrong (creating a defect - out of specification) in the production of the product. The FMEA identifies what controls are placed in the production process to catch any defects at various stages on the processing.

Every completed Six Sigma project should have not only a control chart (if applicable), but a control plan. This ensures that the process doesn't revert to the way it previously operated.