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SOURCE: Solar Atmospheres
Solar Atmospheres of California Earns New Quality Approvals
Fontana, CA (PRWEB) February 04, 2013
Solar Atmospheres of California (SCA) is now an approved supplier of General Electric Aviation (GEA), UTC Aerospace Systems (UTAS) and Moog Corporation. These well-known companies were recently added to a rapidly growing list of prime contractors on the West Coast who have audited and approved Solar to meet their stringent quality specifications for vacuum heat treating.
Derek Dennis, president of Solar Atmospheres of California explains, “These significant achievements mark another step forward in our ongoing commitment to exceeding our customers’ quality and operational expectations. We will continue to expand our list of approvals and cultivate strong relationships with customers for which vacuum heat treating is a critical part of the supply chain. We are also rising to meet our customer’s growing requirements by adding capacity with new, state-of-the-art equipment and increasing our workforce. Throughout this evolution, our Quality Management System and its constant review facilitates our superior operations and leads us to new opportunities to better serve our customers.”
For more information or to request a quote, please contact Mike Drakeley to discuss our capabilities at 866-559-5994 Ext. 1303.
ABOUT SOLAR ATMOSPHERES OF CA
Solar Atmospheres of California specializes in vacuum heat treating, vacuum brazing and vacuum carburizing services. Using state-of-the-art furnace technology, Solar serves over 18 metal working industries including Aerospace, Medical and Power Gen. With processing expertise and responsive service, Solar processes small or large parts efficiently with a wide range of vacuum furnaces. Sizes range from lab furnaces to 24 feet long. Solar's unique capabilities, consistent quality and responsive service produce bright scale-free parts with minimal distortion that are delivered on time. With an in-house R&D team of metallurgists, Solar works with customers to develop innovative, custom solutions. For more information, visit http://www.solaratm.com
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