What is AQL 2.5?

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AQL stands for Acceptable Quantity Limit and can be defined as the quality level that is tolerable for consumer goods. AQL 2.5 is a type of limit for most consumer goods which means that 2.5% of the defective goods or products would usually not be considered acceptable by the end user.
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AQL 2.5 is a sample inspection method that is used by most buyers to ascertain the quality of a product. An acceptable quality level of 2.5 falls under the third category. Products in this class do not decrease the usability of the product, but the sale of the product is reduced. This is because; the product has minor defects.
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