American Standard Circuits Expands Scope of Key Military Qualification MIL-PRF-31032


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Anaya Vardya, CEO at American Standard Circuits, has announced that his company has expanded the scope of the key military certification MIL-PRF-31032. The MIL-PRF-31032 certification establishes strict performance and verification requirements and was awarded in recognition of American Standard Circuits advanced quality management and production systems. Building on the certification first awarded in 2006, the expanded certification now includes homogenous hydrocarbon/ceramic and GF-homogenous hydrocarbon/ceramic mixed base material printed boards. This qualification also can be utilized for processing printed boards in compliance to Appendix B of MIL-PRF-55110F, MIL-PRF-55110G, or MIL-PRF-55110H.

“This is a true accomplishment for our entire team. We are pleased to be able to offer a broader set of certified capabilities to our expanding defense and aerospace customer base,” said Vardya upon making the announcement.

About American Standard Circuits

American Standard Circuits (ASC) prides itself on being a total solutions provider, manufacturing quality rigid, metal-backed, flex and rigid-flex PCBs as well as RF/microwave PCBs to the medical, automotive, industrial, defense, and aerospace markets in volumes from test and prototypes to large production orders. ASC has the expertise to provide all technologies in a time-critical environment. Company qualifications include ISO9001:2008, MIL-PRF 31032, and ITAR registration. It holds a number of key patents for metal bonding processes as well. For more information, visit www.asc-i.com.

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