Polymer Technologies Inc receives SAE: AS9100 certification

August 22, 2007

Polymer Technologies Inc (PTI) has commemorated its 20th anniversary in business as supplier of high-performance plastic and metal injection moulded parts by successfully implementing the Aerospace Quality Standard SAE AS9100B.

The company’s Quality Management System was audited by the independent registrar QMI, building on its previously attained ISO9001:2000 system.

Neal Goldenberg, Company Vice President, told Powder injection Moulding International ‘We are certainly excited to see all our efforts come to fruition in the form of our AS9100B certification. I could not be more pleased with the performance of our team here at PTI.

Achieving this goal has given us proper recognition as a valued supplier to our clients in the aerospace, military and medical-surgical industries. Additionally, attaining a perfect score with neither major nor minor nonconformities cited, further emphasises our commitment to excellence as an organisation’.

Operating out of a newly renovated 150,000 ft2 manufacturing and research centre in Clifton, New Jersey, Polymer Technologies Inc has been provider of highly value-added parts throughout its twenty years of operation.

A family-owned and operated business, it prides itself on being a contract manufacturer of precision plastic and metal components that meet the most stringent of requirements, in a diversity of applications.

“We will continue to make a concerted effort to advance the expansion and acceptability of our metal injection moulding technology for use in aircraft parts and engine components.” said Director of MIM operations, Dr. Jerry LaSalle. “MIM offers reduced part weights, increased throughput and significant cost reductions when compared to competing technologies such as investment casting and machining.

Now, with the attainment of its AS9100 certification, PTI’s aerospace clients can be assured that the MIM parts and engineering services we provide will meet all the technical requirements and process specifications to the most stringent of standards.”

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