Process Control Principles

Every production industry has its own set process control principles. Some of the principles are common in different production companies. Similar elements in process control principles include aim, establishment of standards, processing of standards document and recording of time and speed. Process control put in place techniques and procedures that are meant to detect any deviation of the parameters from the acceptable. The main parameters monitored during product development are weight, size, moisture, temperature, color and many more.

Standards of production are then brought together in one document. A collection of this information is referred to as process audit. Important records include period of production that constitutes commencement time, closing time and delays period during production. Also the speed of production is recorded during the start of each production. Speed of machines is used to determine the number of product being produced. In conclusion, process control principles are employed so as to produce products that meet the quality required.

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