March 18, 2014

3 18 14Electralloy, a leading custom melter of specialty and stainless alloys, has added the highly regarded GE S1000 certification to its long list of aerospace credentials.

Electralloy has been supplying metals for GE engines for many years through a GE-approved third party supplier.  GE recently requested that in addition to the 3rd party supplier, Electralloy also earn the GE S1000 designation.  The accreditation was awarded in October 2013 and valid thru October 2019.

With the certification, Electralloy’s ability to supply GE has significantly broadened. Electralloy specialty alloys can now be supplied directly to any GE facility in the world for use in any other GE application. The designation ensures that Electralloy will meet the highest quality standards and gives GE confidence in Electralloy’s ability to consistently and reliably meet all their specifications.

“We are extremely pleased to receive this latest quality certification,” said Wayne Weaver, vice president of sales for Electralloy. “The GE S1000 certification demonstrates Electralloy’s expertise in supplying to the aerospace industry and confirms our commitment to maintain the highest quality processes in an industry where there is no room for error.”

Aerospace companies are known for having some of the most demanding regulatory requirements and Electralloy has a proven history of meeting those requirements, having earned quality certifications from Pratt & Whitney and Bombardier. Electralloy is also AS/EN/JISQ 9100:2009 certified. These designations underscore Electralloy’s commitment to quality, continuous improvements and higher customer satisfaction.


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