Isostatic Pressing Services receives NADCAP accreditation

November 23, 2021

IPS is now NADCAP, AS9100D and ISO90001 certified (Courtesy Isostatic Pressing Services)

Isostatic Pressing Services (IPS), Oregon City, Oregon, USA, has received NADCAP certification for Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP), a move which is expected to open up additional opportunities in the aerospace industry.

With this accreditation, IPS joins its sister companies, Isostatic Toll Services (ITS) in Olive Branch, Mississippi, US and ITS Bilbao in Spain. All facilities are also certified to AS9100D and ISO90001 and remain compliant with ISO45001, ISO13485, and lean manufacturing practices.

“We are excited about the opportunities the accreditation brings the company, and we hope to follow the success of our sister companies,” stated Brittany Persaud, VP at IPS. “This creates opportunities for future customers to experience our efficient turnaround times, dedicated customer service, and competitive pricing. In addition, our partnership with AIP offers less downtime, in-house maintenance, and the ability to get new systems online in half the time compared to our competitors.”

American Isostatic Presses (AIP), Columbus, Ohio, is a manufacturer of HIP systems worldwide, supplying all the units for IPS and ITS locations.

www.isostaticpressingservices.com

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