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What is Nadcap?
Nadcap (formerly NADCAP, the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program) is a global cooperative standards-setting program for aerospace engineering, defense and related industries. According to the Performance Review Institute, Nadcap is "the leading worldwide cooperative program of major companies designed to manage a cost-effective consensus approach to special processes and products and provide continuous improvement within the aerospace and automotive industries." Nadcap accreditation allows Stork TCT to provide specialized testing programs to aerospace and defense industries and help them to evaluate their components, forgings, castings, fasteners, valves, and base materials.
Accreditations more than a plaque on the wall
"Everyone in the lab is interested and motivated in sustaining this new model, which will benefit our customers as well as make our workdays more productive, effective, and satisfying. Nadcap has taken Stork TCT to a new level and will allow our customers to reach a higher level for their quality goals. It was well worth the effort."
The Minnesota testing laboratory is now accepting nondestructive testing projects from customers with Nadcap requirements.
Stork knows how . . .
Stork Materials Technology laboratories in the U.S. and Europe provide materials selection and engineering, materials testing, performance testing, failure analysis and consulting, nondestructive testing and inspection, calibration, construction materials testing and engineering, polymer and advanced materials testing, dimensional inspection, surface treatment, product qualification and development, and more.