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Eaton manufacturer celebrates certification


An Eaton machining company says it has been certified to a quality management standard.

Bullen Ultrasonics said it has been certified in the aerospace industry’s AS9100 standard. The certification recognizes standards in machining ceramic matrix composite components for the aerospace industry, the company said in an announcement.

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“AS9100 is the single common quality management standard for the aviation, space and defense industries, commonly referred to as the aerospace industry,” Bullen said. “The standard is based on organizational aerospace manufacturing processes and emphasizes the need to satisfy internal, governmental and regulatory requirements. It is endorsed by all major aerospace regulators, including the Federal Aviation Administration, the U.S. Department of Defense and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.”

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“Bullen’s achievement of the AS9100 certification puts us in elite company,” Tim Beatty, Bullen president, said in the company’s statement. “Our commitment to adhere to AS9100, the strictest of quality standards for the aerospace industry, will open many more doors for us and further propel the growth of our machining services for ceramic matrix composites.”

Bullen Ultrasonics provides machining for glass, ceramics and advanced materials to high technology industries.

Founded in the early 1970s, Bullen is a family-owned business.


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