And you guys failed to meet the demand of your clients yet again. I was prompted by e-mail that you guys FINALLY restocked (after almost 8 months of waiting) so I went online and placed an order. Your on screen display said you have 81 bags, I ordered 10. Now 12 hours later I get an e-mail saying you're out of stock YET AGAIN and that it won't be until March until it's restocked. I have lost total faith in you as a company, completely incompetent.
Lol, it's industry standard for lifting chains, more a rule of thumb than the actual engineering specs and it's based on UTS rather than YS so it's not an apples to apples comparison.
As for the chainmail industry most operate under ISO 9001 to the best of my knowledge. However, the safety products they make will generally be certified to various standards for international markets. In America it's generally NIJ-0115.00 for body armor, for gloves ANSI/ISEA 105.
I spent the day interviewing candidates for a lead Quality Assurance job for or group at the University. I find myself wondering if the chainmail industry uses iso9000 standards, or something more stringent.