Solar Atmospheres Greenville, SC facility has for the second successive year expanded its scope of Nadcap approval: this time to include vacuum furnace brazing for the growing aerospace manufacturing cluster in the Southeast US.
Jon Collier, Quality Manager at Solar Atmospheres in Greenville, SC states, “Earning this Nadcap accreditation for vacuum furnace brazing reaffirms our commitment to providing our customers with quality services that meet the increasingly stringent requirements of the aerospace industry. This accomplishment speaks to the effort of the entire Solar team coming together to build and implement the additional systems required to achieve this expansion of scope.”
Mike Harper, Regional Sales Manager, Southeast states: “we are excited to once again demonstrate what Solar Atmospheres is all about, listening to the needs of our customers and responding with a solution to meet those needs.”
With thermal processing in furnaces ranging from those suited for small lots and development cycles to a 6-1/2 foot diameter by 24 foot long vacuum chamber capable of processing up to 50,000 lbs at 2400°F, Solar Atmospheres is backed by AS9100 and Nadcap quality systems to provide our customers the confidence that their product is being processed appropriately.
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