Complex and stringently applied regulatory requirements require supervising or responsible stakeholders of testing laboratories to employ more laboratory technicians and invest in an inventory of advanced testing equipment, accompanied with as many accreditations as possible. The conducive process of wireless product testing tends to conform with EMC regulations. It also helps to promote product safety.
The practice of environmental simulation testing should not be misunderstood in this instance. Testing work here does not refer to testing against or in conjunction with natural or green environments. It refers to product testing and simulations are cast in expected operating environments. Product testing also tests for regulatory compliance requirements. It is generally carried out on electrical and electronics goods.
The product testing mission will go as far as testing an appliance or device ‘to destruction’. This is necessary because it is well known that there are still too many unsafe and non-durable products entering the market. As things stand now, there are product testing laboratories in most developed countries where manufacturing takes place on a large scale. Today, responsible manufacturers do their utmost to at least offer the consumer three to five year warranties.
But with product testing capabilities, the drive is on to offer markets warranties that confirm much longer lifespans which do not include servicing, maintenance and repair work. That’s perfect. For a perfect world. But this is not a perfect world so such ‘issues’ if you could call it that are being brought down to a minimum. Retailers, wholesalers, import/export businesses all work in conjunction with the developers and manufacturers of these product testing devices to help extend the life expectancies of product lines that they are carrying.
As a developing manufacturer, surely by now, more than enough motivation has been provided to you.