Our products endure most things in life

Carl-Magnus makes sure that the quality is on top.

Sustainability is close to our hearts at Spaljisten – a work that never ends. We aim higher and work for more innovative solutions to reach the next level in our production.

We challenge ourselves to get better and do better daily. There are many aids for us to be able to guarantee good quality and minimize production errors in our highly automatic production facility. But how do we test quality over time? Indeed, in our very own lab.

Quality Controller Carl-Magnus Lundin performs everything from controls on incoming material to ensure the right shade on the foil, to collecting samples and running lab tests to ensure the quality of the end product in each batch. Thanks to this, any production defects are discovered in time before the product is packaged.

With a guarantee of up to 25 years for the end consumer, high demands are placed on our products. As it should be since quality and durability go hand in hand. Therefore, the products also undergo annual tests performed by third-party actors. For instance, mechanical tests where kitchen doors get tested for as many as 200 000 opening and closing cycles.

A foiled kitchen door is tested for resistance to water, heat, steam, coffee, oil, and alcohol in our laboratory.

- It is important to know that our products are able to withstand the stresses to which they may be exposed to. In the lab, we can test how a product tolerates heat, steam, and moisture over longer periods. Our climate chamber tests can last for five weeks. During this time, we obtain extremely valuable information, says Carl-Magnus Lundin, Quality Controller at Spaljisten AB

However, the entire responsibility lies not only with one person, but the production team is involved in continuous inspections on the production lines.

Our customer requirements push us to constantly evolve and improve. That keeps the innovation culture alive through time as we produce more sustainable materials and improve work processes to reduce our climate footprint.




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