Window Regulator Manufacturer Announces OEM Testing Validation Process

Window Regulator Manufacturer Announces OEM Testing Validation Process

HANSUN'S OEM Testing Validation Process is a method for ensuring optimal quality window regulators. The process consists of testing multiple elements.

HANSUN, a manufacturer of window regulators in Taiwan, has announced an OEM Testing Validation Process for its engineering system. HANSUN says it recognizes the importance of providing top-quality aftermarket window regulators for passenger and commercial vehicle applications in America, Europe and Asia markets to its customers.

HANSUN’S OEM Testing Validation Process is a method for ensuring optimal quality window regulators. The process consists of testing on durability, door slam, creep, thermal shock, vibration, noise, operation, storage, salt spray, waterproof, closing force, burglary, dielectric strength of insulation, resistance of over voltage, thermal protection and detach force.

“We are pleased to announce our OEM Testing Validation Process,” said Kent Liao, CEO of HANSUN. “Our commitment to manufacture the top window regulator is our passion.”

HANSUN says it is dedicated to producing first-class window regulators, with more than 28 years of design and manufacturing experience, and more than 2,000 SKUs of window regulators, which cover millions of automobiles throughout the world. With headquarters and a distribution center located in Changhua, Taiwan, and Ontario, California, HANSUN services more than 100 customers globally in 30 countries.

For a complete listing of products, visit the company’s headquarters website at hanyale.com or its distribution center at supexauto.com.

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