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A part of the documentation for Gram BioLine is the 24-hour FAT test that all products undergo at no extra cost. Results are shared with our customers.

The benefits of FAT tests are:

  • Securing uniformity in operation on Gram BioLine’s products (both on performance and integrity).
  • Cabinets cannot leave the production line without having passed the acceptance criteria.
  • Troubleshooting, deviation documentation and data for future development.

 

Go to Documentation to find Gram BioLine’s guidelines for FAT and product documentation in general.

 

Our Factory Acceptance Test (FAT test) consists of:

IQ - Installation qualification

The IQ test verifies that our refrigerators and freezers have been manufactured accordingly to specification and installation check list.

 

OQ – Operation qualification

The OQ test is conducted to determine if the Gram BioLine refrigerator or freezer is operating correctly within our specified ranges and accordingly to customer requirement specification.

 

PQ – Performance Qualification

The PQ test verifies if the Gram BioLine refrigerator or freezer - on-site - has an overall performance that corresponds with the operating range specified in the product documentation. It is a prerequisite that IQ and OQ are successfully concluded, before starting the PQ.

 

Sharing is caring

After the conducted tests, all results are compiled and shared with the customer, at no extra charge. If you have questions regarding our FAT-tests, feel free to contact us 

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