Small Change and Big Impact Made by a Challenger of Established Industry’s Quality Standards

1.3 min readPublished On: September 11th, 2021By

SHENZHEN, China  — “Transpring is committed to providing high-quality, performance-driven, reliable products manufactured in our ISO and GMP compliant facilities. Consumer safety and satisfaction have been, and will always be, our priorities. By applying these values to everything we do, we can deliver on our purpose to make great products for our customers that create value and improve people’s lives. With these principles in mind, we are going to upgrade all the core components of CannaMate™ from nonleaded brass or 304 SS to medical grade AISI 316L stainless steels within the next few months.”, Mr. Frank Chu Hui Chen announced earlier this week. He is the founder and CEO of Transpring Tech, a cannabis ancillary industry.

Unlike 304, the most common form of stainless steel, 316L possesses enhanced resistance to corrosion from chloride and other acids, 316L has a lower proportion of carbon in its composition. To qualify as 316L stainless steel, the amount of carbon cannot exceed 0.03%. This decreases the risk of carbon precipitation, making it a better option when corrosion resistance is an important consideration.

Upgraded products of Transpring successfully passed 6-month California Phase III (CAT3) heavy metals testing (overseen by BelCosta Labs) in an industry first. The results show that the samples significantly exceeded related regulatory standard requirements with the help of this upgrading. Once again, Transpring holds itself to the highest industry standard and the impact on the industry created by this upgrade will continue to grow.

(This information is primarily sourced from Transpring Group.  Highly Capitalized has neither approved nor disapproved the contents of this news release. Read our Disclaimer here).

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