The new SUNIX factory is located in China’s Kun-Shang City of the Chiang Su Province, and covers 30 hectares. 37% of the entire campus is dedicated to beautiful landscaping. The factory and office space (19,000 sq. meters) utilizes the latest glass curtain design, allowing natural light to fill the factory and eliminate the need for electric lighting throughout the day. This alone saves 4,560 Kilowatts of electricity every day.
SUNIX products comply with WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment), which aims to reduce the damage to the environment that comes from the disposal and processing of electronics manufacturing.
The directive’s main guidelines are prevention, recycling, and safe disposal. The SUNIX facility meets or surpasses all collection, recycling and recovery targets required by the law.
All SUNIX products meet the RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment), which restricts the use of lead and other hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment.
SUNIX is committed to taking all steps required by the Dodd-Frank Consumer Protection Act. We also adhere to all SEC rules concerning the reporting of conflict minerals. We have implemented a comprehensive due diligence process to meet these obligations.
We believe in the responsible sourcing of materials and will continue to evaluate our policies to ensure compliance with the SEC’s Conflict Minerals Rule.
SUNIX is self-motivated and self-managed. We created these four policies to ensure quality management:
The SUNIX Kun-Shang Factory has electronic material engineers responsible for designing and testing each product component. Once the electronic material engineers have created any new component it is tested and analyzed using the material and electrical laboratory testing facilities. It then undergoes material reliability engineering to ensure the quality of the material.
Production process engineers are responsible for the continuous improvement of production processes at the SUNIX Kun-Shang Factory. By implementing S.Q.C. and P.Q.C., and by improving production processes, production efficiency has greatly improved— this greatly reduces product defect rate.
As production process engineers continue to improve the production processes, ICT and AOI testing is used to record and monitor our manufacturing. This ensures that any production process improvements have effectively enhanced product quality and longevity.
All of our products are given an identification number. This ID can be retrieved from a high temperature resistant sticker that is placed on every product. A product file and database is created for each component which captures information on the supplier, product manufacturing date, testing results, maintenance records, etc., for quality tracking and control.
The factory has 1/100000 negative pressure air conditioning and an air shower tunnel. Workers must undergo static electricity testing and degaussing restrictions, while the material in the warehouses are temperature, humidity and dust volume controlled.
We’ve created Standard Operation Procedures for every occupation within the factory and our Knowledge Management System makes these procedures easy to learn, follow and understand. Employees undergo continuous education and training and new recruits quickly learn about the company’s culture and quality control policies through our Knowledge Management System.
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