WATERLOO, IA – December 10, 2018 – Advanced Heat Treat Corp. (AHT) Corporate Quality Systems Manager, Connie Mackey was recently selected to be a voting member of the Nadcap Heat Treating Task Group. Nadcap is a global accreditation program designed to ensure standardized and cost-effective approaches and to provide continual improvement among the aerospace and defense industry.
The task group Mackey will be serving is composed of prime contractors, government representatives and suppliers. Task group members are responsible for deploying the accreditation process, recommendations for auditor hiring and training needs, standard and checklist development, metrics, and continuous improvement.
“It is a huge honor to be a voting member for this task group amongst so many quality and aerospace experts,” stated Mackey. “It provides AHT with an avenue to assist with both quality and technical expertise.”AHT received their initial Nadcap accreditation in ion nitriding at their corporate headquarters in 2013. In 2018, AHT was recertified, extending their accreditation until April 30, 2020 – the longest accreditation award possible.
AHT Director of Metallurgy and Quality Excellence, John Ludeman added, “Connie is a very driven person and is always looking for new opportunities within the business to stay active, share her process and product expertise, and reach higher in her professional career. This is a great opportunity to have a voice from the supplier perspective to the task group from a very knowledgeable and seasoned professional.” For more information on Nadcap, visit www.p-r-i.org/nadcap/. To view AHT’s quality certifications or learn more about their services, visit www.ahtcorp.com.
About Advanced Heat Treat Corp. Established in 1981, Advanced Heat Treat Corp. (AHT) is a recognized leader in providing superior heat treat services and metallurgical solutions to companies across the globe. Their UltraGlow® family of processes includes plasma/ion nitriding, ferritic nitrocarburizing (FNC), gas nitriding, UltraOx®, through hardening, carburizing, carbonitriding, induction hardening and many more. AHT has facilities located in Alabama, Michigan and Iowa. For more information on AHT and its services, please visit www.ahtcorp.com.