Burloak Technologies receives Nadcap accreditation for in-house heat treatment facility
Heat treatment is a specialized process that stabilizes the metallic microstructure and balances the material properties of additively manufactured components.
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OAKVILLE — Burloak Technologies Inc., a division of Samuel, Son & Co., Limited, has announced it has been awarded Nadcap accreditation for its in-house heat treatment facility. This accreditation demonstrates that Burloak’s heat treatment capabilities meet or exceed the aerospace industry’s standards.
Heat treatment is a specialized process that stabilizes the metallic microstructure and balances the material properties of additively manufactured components. Burloak received its accreditation after a third-party audit process.
“Our Nadcap accreditation is the result of an extensive review and performance audit designed to ensure our heat treatment processes meet the highest standards in terms of control and repeatability,” said Jason Ball, Vice President & General Manager of Burloak Technologies. “I’m so proud of our team for this achievement, which further proves the depth of capabilities we continue to build.”
Nadcap (formerly known as the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program) is a worldwide cooperative program designed to continuously improve standards within the aerospace and defense industries. Nadcap certification ensures improved product quality, customer satisfaction and the implementation of best practices.
Burloak Technologies is an additive manufacturer trying to provide engineering and design services in the areas of materials development, high precision CNC machining, post-processing and metrology.