AP&C Advanced Powders and Coatings achieves AS9100 certification

October 1, 2014

AP&C Advanced Powders and Coatings Inc. (AP&C), based in Boisbriand, Canada, has announced that the company’s quality management (QM) system is now AS9100 certified. The company stated that with the new certification it is better positioned to service its aerospace customer base as they move from R&D to production of aircraft components with Additive Manufacturing and other Powder Metallurgy processes.

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AP&C specialises in the production of high purity spherical powder of titanium and other reactive metals by plasma atomisation. Its powders are used in a range of PM applications including Additive Manufacturing, Metal Injection Moulding (MIM), Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) and coatings.

“It’s another exciting milestone achievement for our company which is dedicated to producing spherical metal powders from high melting point alloys using its proprietary plasma atomisation systems. We supply our titanium, nickel superalloys and other special products to a growing biomedical and aerospace customer base,” stated Jacques Mallette, CEO.

“AP&C is a quality focused organisation that prides itself in consistently enhancing its QM system in order to offer superior quality products and service to its demanding customer base,” added Mallette.

www.advancedpowders.com  

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