Mold environment testing refers to the process of testing the production, use, and storage environment of molds. The main purpose is to ensure that the molds can work properly under environmental conditions and avoid any impact on product quality.
Temperature testing: checking whether the temperature of the mold environment meets production requirements.
Humidity testing: checking whether the humidity of the mold environment meets production requirements.
Cleaning testing: checking whether the mold environment is clean to avoid any dust or other substances affecting the product.
Electrical environment testing: checking whether the mold's electrical environment is safe to avoid any safety accidents.
Noise testing: checking whether the mold environment noise level is within limits, to avoid affecting the employees' health.
Lighting testing: checking whether the mold environment lighting meets production requirements.
Ensuring product quality: by testing the environment conditions, molds can work under suitable environments, avoiding any impact on product quality.
Improving productivity: by testing the environment conditions, molds can work normally, improving productivity.
Enhancing safety: checking environmental conditions can ensure the safety of the mold's electrical environment, avoiding any safety accidents.
Protecting employees' health: testing environmental factors, such as noise, can avoid affecting employees' health and ensure a good working environment.
Meeting industry standards: mold inspection services are important part of the production quality management system, meeting industry standards, which is beneficial for the company to obtain certification.
1. Preparation: check the required tools and equipment and prepare the relevant documents.
2. Safety check: check whether the surrounding environment is safe and ensure the safe use of equipment.
3. Checking the working environment: check factors such as the temperature, humidity, and noise of the mold's working environment.
4. Checking the electrical environment: check parameters such as voltage and current of the mold's electrical equipment to ensure compliance with safety requirements.
5. Recording the results: record the testing results and compare them with industry standards.
6. Identifying problems: if any problems are found, they should be promptly treated and recorded.
7. Corrective action: make corrective action based on the testing results, to ensure that the mold environment meets requirements.
Note that the specific steps and methods of mold environment testing and ongoing reliability test may vary depending on production requirements and equipment. They should be evaluated based on the actual situation.