BEAMIT achieves NADCAP accreditation for heat treating

June 30, 2020

BEAMIT SpA, Fornovo di Taro, Italy, has achieved NADCAP accreditation for heat treating after widening the scope of its heat treatment capabilities and supplementary processes in order to meet the needs of its high-end aerospace and defence customers.

The company’s heat treatment capabilities include:

  • Heat treatment of aluminium alloys, nickel and cobalt alloys, stainless steels and titanium alloys
  • Mechanical testing, metallography & micro indentation hardness
  • Hardness and conductivity testing, and pyrometry

According to BEAMIT, in recognition of the successful completion of the PRI evaluation process, accreditation was granted to its Volta 3 Rubbiano Di Solignano facility to perform the following services:

AC7101/3 Rev D – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Materials Testing Laboratories – Mechanical Testing 

  • (A) Room temperature tensile – Check any applicable boxes

AC7101/4 Rev F – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Materials Testing Laboratories-Metallography & Microindentation Hardness 

  • (L0) Metallography Evaluation Industry Spec – Other L0
  • (L7) Near-surface examinations – IGA, IGO
  • (L9) Near-surface examinations – Alpha Case: Cast titanium

AC7102 Rev J – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Heat Treating Baseline (AC7102/S and AC7102/8 must also be selected)

  • Aluminium alloys – AC7102/2 must also be selected
  • Nickel and cobalt alloys – Industry specs – Check any applicable boxes Industry Spec – Other
  • Nickel and cobalt alloys– Customer specs
  • Stainless Steels, precipitation hardening – Customer specs
  • Stainless Steels, precipitation hardening – Industry specs – Check any applicable boxes titanium alloys – Customer specs
  • Titanium alloys – Industry specs – Check any applicable boxes Industry spec – Other
  • Vacuum heat treating – Customer specs
  • Vacuum heat treating – Industry specs – Check any applicable boxes

AC7102S Rev I – Nadcap Supplemental Audit Criteria for Heat Treating 

  • U22 Leonardo – Helicopters

AC7102/2 Rev D – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Aluminum Heat Treating 

  • Aluminium alloys – Customer specs
  • Aluminium alloys – Industry specs – Check any applicable boxes Industry Spec – Other

AC7102/5 Rev E – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Heat Treating – Hardness and/or Conductivity Testing

  • Hardness – Brinell – Check any applicable boxes
  • Hardness – Rockwell – Check any applicable boxes
  • Hardness – Vickers – Check any applicable boxes

AC7102/8 – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Heat Treating Pyrometry

  • Pyrometry – Customer specs
  • Pyrometry – Industry specs – Check any applicable boxes AMS2750

www.beamit.eu 

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