SIFCO Applied Surface Concepts, a world leading supplier of selective plating technology and solutions, has achieved Nadcap (National Aerospace and Defence Contractors Accreditation Program) AC7108 Rev F accreditation for chemical processing for the aerospace sector at its Cleveland and Connecticut facilities.
SIFCO ASC’s headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio and the East Windsor, Connecticut facility have now met the stringent requirements of the Nadcap accreditation, which allows them to be featured on the Qualified Manufacturers List (QML).
This Nadcap accreditation has been expanded to include testing in support of processes such as anodizing (not for metal bond), brush plating, and electroplating. This will give customers the opportunity to gain certified testing as required by industry specifications that fall under the supporting processes of AC7108 Rev F only.
“We are extremely pleased to have been awarded this accreditation from Nadcap, as it is recognised within the industry as a leading standard,” said Lee Shelton, Group Managing Director of SIFCO ASC. “To be awarded this title is testament to our dedication to continuing to develop as a business and offer our customers the very best in products and solutions.”
SIFCO ASC provides practical, cost-effective selective plating solutions to improve part performance and reduce manufacturing costs through corrosion protection, increased wear resistance, increased hardness, improved conductivity, anti-galling or slip. SIFCO ASC surface enhancement technologies and selective plating services have been utilized for more than 50 years on both OEM components and on parts requiring refurbishment in the aerospace, oil and gas, general industry and power generation sectors.
For more information, visit sifcoasc.com.