Nadcap, administered by the not-for-profit Performance Review Institute, recognised the company following audits of their chemical processing and heat treating sites.
The confirmation has enabled the company to undertake vacuum brazing, heat treating, hard anodising and conversion coatings, as well as supporting conformance processes, while being formally listed on the Quality Manufacturers List for chemical processing and heat treating.
According to Kees Weel, managing director of PWR, the recent announcement reflects the company’s philosophy of quality.
“Building on our existing AS9100D certification, Nadcap accreditation demonstrates PWR’s determination to ensure quality is at the centre of everything we do. This milestone allows PWR to be the only Australian company to offer both Nadcap-accredited heat treating and chemical processing within the same business,” he said.
Earlier in the year, the company confirmed that it had entered into a strategic distributor agreement with Canadian coupling, valves and fitting company Battlefield International for cross border marketing and research.
Under the agreement, the firms agreed to collaborate on additional research to better incorporate fluid connectors to cooling systems, with PWR agreeing to distribute Battlefield’s products across Europe, the US and Oceania.
It is expected that the agreement will benefit customers by reducing “packaging size, mass and pressure drop”.
“We are very excited to have this agreement with Battlefield International. The Battlefield approach to their custom solutions is very similar to PWR, with constant development and refinement of products to better service our global customers,” Andrew Scott, general manager – advanced technology, PWR Advanced Cooling Technology, said.