Sport Goods Inspection

Quality control of sporting and fitness equipment is especially important when it comes to safety. Sporting goods are usually highly associated with mechanical assembly, parts. They are subject to many mechanisms, hence lifecycle and use of parts to each other are important points to consider while performing inspection of sporting goods: material, functionality, testing etc.

  • Balls
  • Exercise equipment
  • Flying discs
  • Footwear
  • Goals
  • Nets
  • Protective equipment
  • Racquets
  • Rods and tackle
  • Sticks, bats and clubs
  • Vehicles
  • Wickets and bases
Sport Goods Inspection