MODULES LABELING

What our inspectors check and How

W: Panel ID label description and position on the back of the panel.
H: Checking possible errors on the ID label and if properly attached close to the junction box. Verified with pictures.
W: Panel ID label type.                                                                                                                                
H: Verifying that label is made of weatherproof material.

W: Legible and comprehensive product ID label.
H: Checking if the ID label carries: name, monogram or symbol of manufacturer, type or model number and maximum voltage for which the module is suitable. Verified with pictures.

 

PACKAGING AND LOADING 

W:    Accessories are adequately packed, secured, and protected against oxidation and crack.
H:     Checking if every carton is in proper condition and without damages. Verified with pictures.

W: Panels are properly packed before loading in order to avoid any damage in transport, storage, or installation.
H: Checking all packages, delivery lists and containers contents. Verified with pictures.

W: Packing unit assortment.
H: Ensuring that no different articles are packed in the same box and protective layer is placed between modules.

W:    Clear and legible printing on cartons.
H:     Visual inspection. Verified with pictures.

 

W: Modules quantity, type, name, output power, weight, and manufacturer’s name and address are quick and easy to identify. Serial number labels and power mark sticking on the cartons should be the same as serial numbers and power on each module inside the carton.
H: Ensuring that all boxes or packages of the entire order are correctly identified and clearly labeled. Verified with pictures.
W: Pallet quality.
H: Ensuring that wooden or metal pallets are used and not pallets made of compressed cardboard or chipboard. Verified with pictures.

 

 

W: Pallet dimensions.
H: Measuring pallet width and length verifying that these are suitable in order to assure the minimum distance between module package and the edge of the pallet. Verify that pallet height in suitable for forklift. Verified with pictures.
W: Pallet loading.
H: Ensuring that an adequate number of modules are stacked on top of each other and that modules are not stored on the side of the pallet. Verifying that each pallet contains only the same power class. Verified with pictures.
W: Side marks on pallets.                                                                                                                       
H: Ensuring that labels are placed on 4 sides. Verified with pictures.
W: Packing plastic belt.
H: Checking that belts are strong enough and firmly fastened under the first wooden/metallic layer and not under the pallet.

 

W: Pallet edge protectors.                                                                                                                       
H: Checking if edge protectors are used to protect modules against damage.
W: Protective film.
H: Ensuring that pallets are covered by plastic protective film and that film is cross wrapped for additional stability. Verified with pictures.

W: Condition of  the container.
H: Ensuring that the container is in proper conditions before & after loading (no water, or  foreign debris, etc.). Issuing our own seal when closing container. Verified with pictures.

W:    Supervise the loading of goods into container.
H:     Ensuring that the correct number of modules/cartons have indeed been loaded and are correctly marked.

 

W:     Dead spaces.
H:      Ensuring that dead spaces are not excessive and filled if necessary. Verified with pictures.