Erasteel achieves EN9100 certification for Additive Manufacturing powders for aerospace

September 23, 2016

Erasteel achieves EN9100 certification for AM powders for aerospace

Erasteel has announced that Metallied, the company’s metal powder production facility for Additive Manufacturing powders located in Irun, Spain, has recently added EN9100 accreditation to its existing ISO 9001 quality standard.

The achievement confirms the company’s strong commitment to quality in the aerospace industry which has been a core business of Aubert & Duval, a sister company of Erasteel, for many years. The stringent requirements of this standard will also benefit customers of other markets, the company added.

Erasteel develops and produces its Pearl® Micro metal powders for use in Additive Manufacturing systems. The metal powders offer high flowability in a wide range of standard and customised compositions.

www.erasteel.com           www.aubertduval.com

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