American Standard Circuits Obtains MIL-PRF-31032 Certification Upgrade


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American Standard Circuits has upgraded their qualification to fabricate mil-spec printed circuit boards up to 20 layers out of GF (FR-4). Samples were submitted to the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) who approved the upgraded MIL-PRF-31032 certification.  

When making the announcement President and CEO Anaya Vardya said, “This is a great accomplishment for our entire team here at American Standard Circuits. With our customer demand and technology steadily increasing we are constantly striving to move forward with all official qualifications. Our goal is always to meet and then exceed our customers’ needs, both today and in the future, and this upgrade represents another vital step in that direction.”

About American Standard Circuits

American Standard Circuits (ASC) prides itself on being a total solutions provider, manufacturing quality rigid, metal-backed, RF/microwave, flex, and rigid-flex PCBs for the medical, automotive, industrial, defense, and aerospace markets in volumes from test and prototypes to large production orders. ASC has the expertise to provide a wide variety of technologies in a time-critical environment. Their qualifications include AS9100 Rev D, ISO 9001:2015, MIL-PRF 31032, MIL-PRF-55110, MIL-PRF-50884 certification and ITAR registration. In addition to manufacturing in the USA, ASC can transition and manage your PCB requirements to lower cost regions via its qualified supply chain of offshore partners. ASC also holds many key patents for metal bonding processes. For more information about American Standard Circuits' services or to ask one of their technology experts a question go to www.asc-i.com.

ASC’s new ebook, Fundamentals of Printed Circuit Board Technologies, is available for download right now on their website, located here, free of charge.

Visit I-007eBooks to download copies of American Standard Circuits’ other micro eBooks:
The Printed Circuit Board Designer’s Guide… to Fundamentals of RF/ Microwave PCBs
The Printed Circuit Designer's Guide to... Flex and Rigid-Flex Fundamentals

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