Upper control limit (UCL)

Upper control limit (UCL),

Definition of Upper control limit (UCL):

  1. A value that indicates the highest level of quality acceptable for a product or service. The upper control limit is used in conjunction with the lower control limit to create the range of variability for quality specifications, enabling those within the organization to provide an optimal level of excellence by adhering to the established guidelines.

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