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Solar Atmospheres Greenville, SC Facility Is Now Nadcap Approved for Low Pressure Vacuum Carburizing

Solar Atmospheres Southeast has successfully completed its first round of surveillance audits for maintaining its AS9100 and Nadcap accreditations. 

Solar also expanded its scope of Nadcap approval to include Low Pressure Vacuum Carburizing to meet growing aerospace carburizing needs in the Southeast US.

We are proud to be taking this next step in our start up plan to be able to offer Low Pressure Vacuum Carburizing services alongside the rest of our Nadcap approved scope of thermal processing capabilities.  We are excited that once again we are able to offer the Southeast US another regional option for aerospace processing that did not exist previously.

Steve Prout, President of Solar Atmospheres Southeast

With thermal processing in furnaces ranging from those suited for small lots and development cycles to a 6-1/2 foot diameter by 24 foot long vacuum chamber capable of processing up to 50,000 lbs at 2400°F, Solar Atmospheres is backed by AS9100 and Nadcap quality systems to provide our customers the confidence that their product is being processed appropriately.

For additional information on our processing options and our capabilities, contact Mike Harper at [email protected], and visit us at www.solaratm.com, or call 1-855-WE-HEAT-IT.

About Solar Atmospheres

Solar Atmospheres is an industry leader—delivering unsurpassed quality and capacity for the vacuum heat treating and brazing of metal parts. Our extensive knowledge and expertise, gained from decades of experience, provides multiple industries with superior solutions to their metal processing challenges. We continually update our capabilities with state-of-the-art vacuum furnaces from the innovations spearheaded by our founder and Chief Executive Officer, William R. Jones—one of the pioneers of vacuum furnace technology. Along with the largest commercial vacuum furnaces in the world, we have the equipment to do small batch and R&D jobs. Solar maintains the highest standards of quality assurance, and your total satisfaction is our goal.

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