Sherry Laboratories' materials testing laboratory in Broken Arrow, Okla., has earned renewal of Nadcap accreditation with Merit status.
Nadcap accreditation is critical to many of Sherry Laboratories' aerospace customers throughout the supply chain.
This renewal extends accreditation through January 31, 2014, and approves the Broken Arrow laboratory to perform a number of tests on metallic specimens including chemistry, mechanical testing, metallography, microhardness, hardness, corrosion, fastener testing and weld testing.
"We are pleased to announce our renewal of Nadcap accreditation with Merit status," said Olga Verónica McDonald, Quality Assurance Manager in Broken Arrow. "Nadcap accreditation is one of the ways in which the aerospace industry identifies members of the supply chain with outstanding quality processes. Achieving Merit status truly shows the level of commitment we have to our partners in the aerospace industry."
Renewal of Nadcap approval complements an already impressive roster of approvals for Sherry's Oklahoma materials testing lab. In additional to being Nadcap and A2LA accredited, other notable prime aerospace approvals include Bizjet, Boeing, Cessna, GE Aviation, Gulfstream Aerospace, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Raytheon Aircraft, Pratt & Whitney PSD and Pratt & Whitney AutoAir. The Broken Arrow laboratory is also ITAR registered and compliant.
Sherry Laboratories in Broken Arrow, Okla., provides metallurgical and nonmetallic testing services as well as failure analysis and reverse engineering for clients in a variety of industries, including aerospace, defense, medical, nuclear and power generation.