Examining tool bag goods involves checking the bag’s overall construction, the quality of the materials used, and the functionality of the bag’s features. Here are some general steps to follow when examine tool bag goods:
- Check the overall construction of the tool bags：Including checking whether the size, structure, and shape of the tool bags are the same as the sample.
- Check for accuracy: Use measuring tools like calipers or rulers to ensure that the measurements of tools like levels or tape measures are accurate, Check whether each data is within the allowable error range.
- Check the materials: Check whether the material used in the tool bags is the same as the sample, and check whether the quality, color, and amount of the material meet the required standards.
- Check for any defects: Inspect the tool bag for any visible damage, such as tears, rips, or holes. Look for any defects or flaws in the bag’s construction, such as loose or uneven stitching.
- Verify durability: Test the durability of the bag’s materials by pulling and tugging on the bag, or by applying pressure to simulate regular use, for example: tensile test, load-bearing test and hardness test, etc.
- Check for proper functionality: Ensure that the bag’s zippers, clasps, and other closures function properly and smoothly. Check any straps, handles, or other carrying features to ensure they are sturdy and secure.
- Check the package: Check if the package meets the order requirements, such as: poly bags, labels, tags, cartons, pallets, etc.
By following these steps, you can examine tool bag goods thoroughly and ensure that it is in good condition, functional, and ready for delivery.