You can put ThermalCERT labels on your units. You can hand each homeowner a certificate of verification of thermal performance for their new windows and doors. And you can feature it on your website, in your sales materials and during sales presentations.
Consumers have heard there are uncertainties with the real gas content and true thermal performance of their windows and doors. Now you can answer their concerns with data on the measured thermal performance of your products.
That’s a marketing advantage you want on your side.
Performance you can promise
If the label on your IG is to be credible, ThermalCERT must distinguish itself from current non-scientific quality assurance methods.
ThermalCERT does it by:
- Taking actual thermal conductivity measurements after the gas is inserted.
- Setting testing frequency to assure statistical significance.
- Stopping production if measurement is skipped or results are outside your specified control limits
Results for each unit display on the ThermalCERT monitor and are archived for trend analysis and issue resolution.
The bottom line? Before ThermalCERT by OptiGas, SPC for IG thermal performance stood for say prayers continuously. With it, SPC stands for real statistical process control.
Which means what you promise is what you deliver.
How can ThermalCERT verification work for you?
Ask us for the details on how ThermalCERT by OptiGas can work for your products. Contact Mike McHugh, president of Integrated Automation Systems, at email@example.com or 440.220.2159.