Curtiss-Wright adheres to AS9100 and ISO 9001 guidelines for design, development, qualification, first article inspection, process validation, process control and documentation. Facility-wide ESD control compliant to ANSI/ESD S20.20 is maintained. Download our quality certificates.
Every assembly is traceable through the manufacturing process using process travelers. Operator proficiency is maintained through appropriate training and certification programs.
TTC products are manufactured and inspected to ANSI/IPC-A-610 level 3 workmanship requirements, and all assemblies are subjected to 100% visual inspection and performance testing.
In-house processing for SMT, JTAG Boundary Scan technology, thru-hold soldering and numerous Automated Test Equipment (ATE) capabilities ensure that Curtiss-Wright ships only equipment that is flaw free.
We provide optional expanded product assurance testing including extended product burn-in and environmental stress screening for temperature and vibration.
The Quality Assurance department at Curtiss-Wright uses reliability modeling and prediction to generate Mean Time Between Failure (MTBF) data, to conduct Failure Modes and Effects Criticality Analysis (FMECA) and parts application and stress analysis.
Product Validation & Qualification
We ensure that every piece of equipment is performance tested and validated before it is shipped. In-house environmental screening and qualification includes temperature, vibration, shock pressure and humidity tests and EMI/EMC testing capability has recently been introduced. If a required test is not available on site, fully qualified third party vendors are available to complete it with minimal turn around time.