We extend our sincerest apologies for the delay in providing you with the latest update on our progress. The team at Trittech has been diligently working to finalize the necessary details to ensure the seamless shipment of our first batch of products. We have been committed to delivering a product of exceptional quality that aligns with the high standards we have consistently upheld.
Here's a brief overview of recent developments:
Initially, our product, the Air Raiders, underwent testing for compliance with the EN ISO 16321 standard, and we were pleased to report a successful outcome. However, subsequent information revealed that this standard was not applicable to our specific product. Unfortunately, despite following guidance that led us to believe EN 16321 was the appropriate standard, it pertains solely to eye protection for educational and occupational uses.
Recognizing the importance of adhering to the correct standards, we invested additional time and resources to collaborate with a new advisory group. This decision was not without its challenges, incurring both time and financial costs. However, we are pleased to inform you that, after comprehensive testing, the Air Raiders, along with all replacement lenses, have been successfully evaluated against the EN 12312-1 (impact level 3) standard. For those who may have missed our latest update, it's worth noting that the Air Raiders have successfully met the ANSI Z87+ standards as well.
What to Anticipate:
We are now in the final stages of preparation for shipping the first batch of Air Raiders by next week. Upon their arrival, we are committed to expediting the delivery process to get these products into your hands as quickly as possible.
We genuinely appreciate your understanding and patience throughout this process. Your support made this project a reality, and we look forward to delivering a product that exceeds your expectations.