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Quality Control, an Essential Process in Production

In all industrial companies, the production part is a major issue. Indeed, it is at this stage that a large part of the added value resides. Before marketing the products, it is necessary to make sure that they do not present any defect and that they comply with the imposed standard. Quality control is in charge of this essential mission. The first quality control stations for SESA SYSTEMS were created in 1990, thus revolutionizing the work of operators. Designed with the application of the PDCA and 5S methods according to a continuous improvement process, these stations are now available in stainless steel!

Stainless steel, an essential material to meet the requirements of strict hygiene standards.

Unlike conventional quality control stations, the stations in this range (as well as their accessories) are all made of stainless steel. They comply with the regulations enforced in demanding environments such as cosmetics, the foods industry and pharmaceuticals industry. In addition to meeting required hygiene standards, stainless steel also has other advantages such as avoiding electrostatic discharges (ESD). This phenomenon, although harmless to humans, is extremely serious in the electronics industry and causes damage to the products which can be costly.

Customizable 5S Stainless-steel Workstations in Demanding Environments

An efficient quality control station improves operator productivity. Different LEAN methods can be applied in production workshops to gain productivity. This is particularly the case with the 5S method, which optimizes the working conditions and working time of operators to ensure that the environment remains clean, tidy and secure. The various customization elements available for the quality control stations also make it possible to optimize the productivity and working comfort of the operators.