Calico Coatings is Now AS9100D and ISO 9001:2015 Certified - Engine Builder Magazine

Calico Coatings is Now AS9100D and ISO 9001:2015 Certified

Calico Coatings has taken initiative in improving its coating process. Calico recently earned another competitive advantage by completing all the necessary requirements to receive both the AS9100D and ISO 9001:2015 certifications.

Calico Coatings has taken initiative in improving its coating process. Calico recently earned another competitive advantage by completing all the necessary requirements to receive both the AS9100D and ISO 9001:2015 certifications.

Calico recognizes its customers’ business challenges and partners with them to customize coating solutions that meet their particular needs and exceed expectations. The company became certified in these two quality management processes to demonstrate its commitment to providing the highest level of consistency in its coatings.

The ISO 9001 is an international method that sets certain requirements to achieve quality management. Many organizations use this process to reveal their consistency in providing a product of a certain caliber and standard. Calico’s leadership team puts an emphasis on risked-based thinking to enhance the application of their many selections of coatings. 

The AS9100D is specific to aerospace and gives entry to worldwide markets, identification of vulnerabilities in the supply chain, the OASIS database and compatibility with other quality management systems. Calico knows that in the aerospace industry safety and reliability are of the utmost importance in meeting the standards of the DOD, NASA and the FAA. By obtaining the AS9100D certification, Calico is reinforcing their commitment to providing their customers with the best possible application of their coatings.

With both of these certifications already in use, Calico is able to increase the quality of their coatings and fulfill needs to many of the industries they serve. They know that high quality performs well under pressure. 

Calico’s knowledge and expertise in performance coating is continuing to progress in several demanding industries including automotive/motorsports, aerospace, the U.S. Military, molds and dies, diesel engine, firearms and others. In these industries where performance is everything, Calico’s coatings provide the needed edge for outstanding results. Calico’s arsenal of coatings that can withstand extreme pressure, reduce friction and wear include DLC, PVD, PECVD, TiN, ceramic, Teflon, thermal, non-stick dry film lubricants and more. 

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