Despite the abundance of contact lenses and availability of corrective surgery, millions of consumers still choose spectacles as their vision correction device. For many users, spectacles are an important element of personal style, and an accessory they wear for most of their waking time. Quality, safety and robustness requirements for spectacles are high, due to the conditions of their use: prolonged contact with the skin; proximity to the eyes and face; exposure to such aggressive substances as sweat, perfume, and cosmetics.
Under European Directive 2007/47/EC (93/42/EEC), spectacle frames are categorized as a class 1a medical device for vision correction.
AI offers a wide range of performance tests and lab tests for spectacle frames, helping you ensure that your product meets all applicable international standards, as well as the requirements of your destination market. Our two-tier process for quality assurance includes product inspections in the factory and testing in our HOKLAS certified laboratories.
With our dedicated inspector resources and a HOKLAS accredited testing lab, we offer the largest available range of tests for spectacle frames against all applicable international and national standards, including:
AI’s laboratory is certified to test eyewear to the ISO/IEC 17025 standard for Eyewear and Ophthalmic Products, and to issue reports with HOKLAS and ILAC endorsement. Our test reports are recognized by the British Standards Institution and SAI Global for CE Certification (Europe) and Benchmark Product Certification (Australia).
AI’s dedicated HOKLAS certified testing laboratory offers a wide range of laboratory tests that check numerous chemical and optical characteristics of your spectacle frames.
Our selection of lab tests for spectacle frames includes, among others:
AI also provides testing services for your in-house methods and specifications – get in touch with us to get an instant quote.
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