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Product Selection

How to Correctly Choose Explosion-Proof Lighting

1. Safety:

To understand the quality standards of explosion-proof lighting, prioritizing product safety is essential.

Firstly, consider the supplier (company size, completeness of relevant documents, and management certification system).

Secondly, examine the product certifications (whether it has coal safety and explosion-proof certifications).

Thirdly, evaluate the product itself (check for distinctive yellow paint and coal safety and explosion-proof markings).

2. Comparison:

Price comparison is vital, but it shouldn’t be the only criterion. It’s often more about comparing the quality and specifications of products to find which model suits your needs best.

Consider which manufacturer offers stronger product supply capability, better service quality, and superior warranties.

Price comparison should be rational, understanding that price variations are usually justified. Ultimately, choose what you can reasonably afford.

3. Dialogue:

When discussing with suppliers, don’t start with the product since you already know it exists. Instead, talk about the supplier’s company:

Discuss the company to gauge the supplier’s professionalism and strength.

Inquire about the supplier’s pricing structure rather than the specific product prices to understand the pricing range and potential costs for your needed products.

Let the supplier handle product discussions, needs, and quotations. If you’ve talked this much, the supplier can only offer a reasonable price.

4. Purchase:

Be decisive. If you hesitate, suppliers might respond slowly. Understand that the supplier has other customers and everyone’s time is valuable. By acting promptly, you ensure the supplier handles your needs efficiently. Meanwhile, you’ve already chosen the product and supplier. Any hesitation might give competitors a chance to disrupt your order and procurement agreement, tempting you to delay and potentially miss out on the opportunity. Searching for a new supplier mid-process usually won’t yield a similarly satisfactory option, and you’ll find yourself in a less advantageous position.



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