In partnership with NSF International’s state-of-the-art laboratory in Shanghai, Impactiva’s engineers will work with you to design a customized, end-to-end Laboratory Testing Quality Assurance Program that withstands the most demanding government scrutiny while minimizing costs and maximizing product safety and security.
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Why is Impactiva different?
Our Program is based on the following three pillars:
Customized protocol to satisfy your needs
Instead of using a general testing approach, our highly trained industry specific engineers will work with you to customize a testing program based on your specific needs—reducing your costs while more effectively identifying deficiencies in quality and regulatory compliance. We collect the samples, perform the testing at our NSF International Laboratory, and deliver the corresponding lab reports. And we don’t stop there. We’ll also keep you aware of the latest changes in global standards and regulations (EU REACH, US CPSIA and Proposition 65 regulations among others) and adapt your testing protocol if needed, ensuring that you always satisfy the requirements of all government authorities.
Accurate, credible test results
Our exclusive, global partnership with NSF International will ensure that your testing results have unmatched dependability. NSF is an independent, public health and safety organization that writes national consensus standards and is also an accredited testing and certification body. NSF uses detailed research lab procedures, not production lab procedures, and an unmatched staff of technical experts, resulting in more accurate, repeatable results.
Quick, effective issue analysis and remediation
We take a comprehensive approach to your success, both now and in the future. So if a failure is detected during testing, we don’t just report it to you—we help you remedy it. We’ll perform a root cause analysis on failures and provide your suppliers with permanent solutions, reducing the risk of costly delays in the future.