Impact Products opens state-of-the-art product development and testing facility


HONG KONG – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Impact Products Ltd. today announced the official opening of its state-of-the-art product development and testing center known as “Impact Labs”. The facility is the first of its kind in the direct-response television industry and sets a new standard for procurement and supply companies, which have typically outsourced these functions to factories on the mainland.

Housed in a dedicated space in downtown Kowloon, Impact Labs is made up of an experienced team of engineers and other product scientists. It includes several state-of-the-art test rooms, including a fire room and a powder room, as well as advanced design tools such as 3D printing equipment.

“Our willingness to evolve, improve and grow is what led us to invest in a laboratory suited to the needs of our customers,” said Bill Quarless, Founder and Director of Impact Products. “By adding these capabilities and integrating them internally, we have become more efficient and effective and much less reliant on outside factories and other companies for development and testing. ”

Other capabilities of Impact Labs include a temperature chamber for life testing products and the simulation of various extreme temperature and humidity conditions, Quarless said. In addition, the new facility has many high-tech machines such as electron microscopes, a sphere-spectroradiometer device and thermal imaging cameras. “There is even an archery range for high impact testing and projectiles,” he added.


Impact Products Ltd. ( is a Hong Kong-based US company specializing in product development and supply chain management for the Direct Response Television (DRTV) industry. Impact excels in the specific areas of expertise required to meet the unique challenges of the As Seen On TV industry. This includes over 20 years of high volume manufacturing experience, the ability to support a rapid time-to-market strategy, complete confidentiality and multi-layered quality control.


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