Precision Part Specialists

Quality

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Peters’ Heat Treating’s Quality System is integrated into every facet of our process and is able to be utilized by the employees via our proprietary Job Tracking System. Our facilities are operated 7 days a week. Our Quality System is responsive and provides a feedback loop assuring that your parts are processed in a timely manner. We have the required tools to solve any challenge, including an x-ray metallurgical analysis gun to provide fast, easy, accurate and non-destructive alloy identification and elemental analysis. Furnace processes are charted digitally and integrated into our Job Tracking System, so that if questions arise, we can provide proof of processing.

We stay up-to-date on the latest specifications and certifications in order to meet the quality needs of all of our customers.
    • ISO 9001:2015 (View Certificate); certified by NSF
    • AMS 2750 (aerospace)
    • AMS-H-6875 (military)
    • ASME Section III (nuclear)
    • CQI-9
    • Federal Firearms License (FFL)
    • International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR)
    • JCP (Joint Certification Program)
    • Nadcap Aerospace Quality Management System  (View Certificate)
      • AC7004 – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Quality Management System
    • Nadcap Heat Treating / Aluminum / Carburizing / Hardness and/or Conductivity Testing / Pyrometry  (View Certificate)
      • AC7102/8 – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Heat Treating Pyrometry
        • AMS2750 Pyrometry
      • AC7102 – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Heat Treating (Baseline)
        • AMS2759/1 – Heat Treatment of Carbon and Low-Alloy Steel Parts Minimum Tensile Strength Below 220 ksi
        • AMS2759/2 – Heat Treatment of Low-Alloy Steel Parts Minimum Tensile Strength 220 ksi and Higher
        • AMS2759/11 – Stress Relief of Steel Parts
        • AMS–H–6875 – Heat Treatment of Steel
        • AMS2759/11 – Stress Relief of Steel Parts
Nickel and Cobalt Alloys
        • AMS2774 – Heat Treatment Wrought Nickel Alloy and Cobalt Alloy Parts
        • AMS5663 – Nickel Alloy, Corrosion and Heat Resistant, Bars, Forgings, and Rings 52.5Ni 19Cr 3.0Mo 5.1Cb 0.90Ti 0.50Al 19Fe, Consumable Electrode or Vacuum Induction Melted 1775°F (968°C) Solution and Precipitation Heat Treated
Stainless Steels, Precipitation Hardening
        • AMS2759/3 – Heat Treatment, Precipitation-Hardening Corrosion-Resistant and Maraging Steel Parts
        • AMS–H–6875 – Heat Treatment of Steel
      • AC7102/2 – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Aluminum Heat Treating
        • AMS2770 – Heat Treatment of Wrought Aluminum Alloy Parts
        • AMS2771 – Heat Treatment of Aluminum Alloy Castings
        • AMS2772 – Heat Treatment of Aluminum Alloy Raw Materials
        • AMS–H–6088 – Heat Treatment of Aluminum Alloys
      • AC7102/3 – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Heat Treating – Carburizing
        • AMS 2759/7
      • AC7101/4 – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Materials Testing Laboratories-Metallography & Microindentation Hardness
        • Near Surface Examinations – Microindentation (Surface Case Depth)
        • Near Surface Examinations – Carburization/Decarburization
        • Near Surface Examinations – Nitriding
        • Microindentation – Microhardness (ASTM E384)
      • AC7102/5 – Nadcap Audit Criteria for Heat Treating – Hardness and/or Conductivity Testing (Internal processing support)
        • ASTM E18 Hardness – Rockwell Hardness of Metallic Materials
        • ASTM E110 Hardness – Rockwell Hardness of Metallic Materials by Portable Testers
        • AMS2658 Hardness and Conductivity Inspection of Wrought Aluminum Alloy Parts
        • ASTM E1004 Determining Electrical Conductivity Using the Electromagnetic (Eddy Current) Method