March 19, 2014
Solid Sealing Technology Awarded 9001:2008 Certification from BSI
Watervliet, NY, USA, March 19, 2014 - Solid Sealing Technology is proud to announce that it has been awarded ISO 9001:2008 certification from BSI (British Standards Institution).
Achieving certification to ISO 9001:2008 demonstrates that Solid Sealing Technology has an effective Quality Management System.
SST aims to enhance customer satisfaction through the application of their Quality Management System and strives to make continual improvements and assures conformity to their customers and statutory and regulatory standards.
Solid Sealing Technology, Inc specializes in the design and manufacture of highly engineered, hermetic products used on high tech analytical equipment. These products include: vacuum feedthroughs, coaxial connectors, multi-pin connectors, thermocouple connectors, vacuum viewports, vacuum isolators, liquid and gas feedthroughs, and high pressure glands. SST utilizes the latest equipment and processes to join advanced materials including: metalizing and brazing of ceramics, glass-ceramic sealing, welding, and critical mechanical assembly. SST is a global leader and provides the industry with standard and custom electrical feedthroughs, connectors, and vacuum hardware.
International Organization for Standardization – worldwide federation of national standards bodies from 130 countries. ISO is the world's largest developer and publisher of International Standards.
The ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems Standard is recognized as the world’s most successful standard having been adopted by more than one million organizations in 178 countries. ISO 9001 – requires companies to establish and maintain a quality management system: The QMS defines the processes or procedures throughout the company that may affect the quality of the product manufactured.
British Standards Institution is currently one of the world’s largest independent certification bodies for management systems. BSI was established in 1901 and was the World’s first national standards body.
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