Today we are going to have a visit to a flame retardant garment manufacturer in China named Xinke Protective®, we will introduce following aspects in production: raw material, automatic cutting machine, production line, packaging, quality control and finished products. We hope that you can get a good understanding of Xinke Protective®.
Xinke Protective® has been in the PPE field for 21 years, let me take you through it!
We have garment factory certificates, ISO9001, ISO14001, SA8000, UL and Module D.
Each certification has about 4 factory inspections a year. So with 5 certifications combined, we get 20 factory inspections a year from third party certification bodies. ISO 9001, SA8000 and UL are all inspected unannounced without our knowledge. This means that we always produce our work to the standards and requirements.
Quality is monitored at every step of the process, from spinning, weaving, dyeing to finishing, so this is why we maintain high quality. The flame-retardant clothing are then produced from qualified fabrics, which are recorded and traceable.
Fabric sampling is 20%, once every 500 meters, but the fabric is 100% inspected on the finished roll.If it fails, it is taken out. Production capacity is 300,000 meters a month, 10,000 meters a day.
Cutting machine: automatic fabric laying machine, automatic cutting, with computer control to improve accuracy and efficiency. Before cutting, the fabrics are sampled again to ensure they are of the same colour and have a flawless, stain-free appearance.
With 200 workers and 4 fully automatic production lines, our annual production capacity is 1.5 million pieces. The main products are fr coverall, fr jackets, fr shirts, fr knitted shirts, fr pants.
Advantages of the automatic lines: one one-piece from start to finish in about 200 seconds. There are LEDs at the end of each line to show the output.
The crew will inspect the semi-finished fr workwear one by one, and each crew will hang a sample confirmed by the customer so that the workers can always see it and produce it exactly as it is. At the end of each line there is a QC who checks the semi-finished products. They test the sizing, check the workmanship and pick out the rejects. The finished product is then passed on to the next stage.
Quality control process. Before packing, a QC team carries out a thorough inspection of size, workmanship and appearance. Substandard fr clothing are found and repaired, then ironed and packaged. Finally a 15%-20% spot check is carried out by our Quality Control Manager.
Is the fr working production process clear? Any interest, plz contact us!