Moving Range Charts are widely-applied as an effective control tool. Moving Range Charts may be applied in different situations. At this point, it is possible to refer to several examples of the successful application for moving range charts in the contemporary business environment.
In fact, the moving range chart may be successfully applied in processes that need the high degree of automation. The moving range chart is used to make an inspection of each unit in the course of automation, especially the rational subgroup has no benefits. The moving range chart allows identifying the weak unit in the subgroup.
The moving range chart may be also successfully applied in the slow production as a control tool. In fact, when the production process is slow the waiting time increases. Therefore, there are no enough samples to make a rational amount of products and the manufacturing processes turns out to be slower than it can potentially be. The moving range chart helps to identify unacceptable delays and monitor the manufacturing process for identification of unacceptable delays.
Finally, the moving range chart is applied for processes that produce homogeneous batches, where repeat measurements vary primarily because of measurement error. In such a way, the moving range chart can help to identify measurement errors and to reveal problems in the production of homogeneous batches.
Thus, taking into account all above mentioned, it is important to place emphasis on the fact that the moving range charts are applied in different fields. They are used as effective control tools that help to improve the quality of the production process and to prevent failures.