In inspection defect classfication include: critical defects, major defects and minor defects:
The Critical Defect corresponds to a defect likely to result in unsafe conditions for end-users. You can provide your own list of critical defects to be inspected. Omnitech’s default Critical Defect is 0.
The Major Defect corresponds to the defect that is likely to result in failure, or reduced usability of the product unit. A product is said to have a Major Defect when it is not dangerous but cannot be sold because of the defect. We will have them from appearance, material, function, packing, shipping mark etc. to be inspected. Omnitech default Major Defect AQL is 1.5.
The Minor Defect corresponds to a defect that is not likely to reduce the usability of the product unit for its intended purpose. A Minor Defect is nevertheless a workmanship defect beyond the defined quality standard. We will have them from appearance, material, function, packing, shipping mark etc. to be inspected. Omnitech default Minor Defect AQL is 4.0.