Quality Control

Classification of Defects

A ferrite core will be considered defective if it does not comply with the standard specification of our factory. Two levels of defects are defined:

Major defects: may lead to an operating malfunction in the final winding or mounting processes.

Minor defects: do not affect the operation or mounting of the wound components. Generally they are mechanical and visual defects such as cracks and chips.

Table 1 giver hereunder defines the parameters, which must be considered as major minor defects versus the type of product and applications.

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