We at RUMEX like to test instruments. Any of our instruments is subject to up to two dozens of tests made during its manufacturing not to say about incoming tests of raw materials or final quality check before shipping to a customer.
At the same time, our favorite test is not a routine quality control, probably best in industry; we just love comparison tests with competitors. Of course, we are pleased when our instruments prove to be the best as they usually do. However, the most valuable information for us comes from the tests where we lose; no inherent perfectionism can be as convincing or productive. Such an outcome is always a start of new R&D leading to changes in materials, technologies, sometimes buying new equipment. We keep improving our instruments until they look better, cut easier and resist rusting longer than competitors’ and eventually prove the best in the repeated test.