Emerson Industrial Automation receives Nadcap accreditation for McGill bearings

  • 28-Jul-2009 11:16 EDT

Emerson Industrial Automation received accreditation from the Nadcap Management Council in Heat Treating, Chemical Processing, and Nondestructive Testing for its McGill aerospace bearings, manufactured at Emerson Power Transmission’s Valparaiso, IN, facility. This accreditation, in accordance with SAE International Aerospace Standard 7003, is recognized worldwide as an official measure of quality and credibility. The accreditation appears online in the Qualified Manufacturers List at www.eAuditNet.com. Nadcap, an industry-managed consensus approach to OEM oversight of special process and product suppliers, is a program of the Performance Review Institute, an affiliate of SAE.

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