Eclipse Composites Engineering Inc. Achieves ISO CertificationOctober 5, 2018
BLUFFDALE, Utah , October 4, 2018 – Eclipse Composites Engineering, Inc. is proud to announce that their Utah manufacturing operations have successfully achieved the ISO 9001:2015 international quality standard. Eclipse meets the ISO 9001:2015 standard under the scope of “design and manufacture of composite material items for the United States Military and DoD agencies.”
The ISO 9001:2015 standard is a worldwide standard for excellence in quality management systems, continuous improvement, and customer satisfaction. The international standard lets customers and business partners know that an ISO-certified company has the requisite system and safeguards in place to provide the highest quality products and services.
“While our quality system has been in place for several years, we needed third-party endorsement of the robustness of our system. The ISO 9001:2015 certification is a critical element to our rapid business growth” said Karl Hawes, General Manager of Eclipse. “Through evidence-based audits, we were able to demonstrate and validate that the Eclipse Quality Management System is robust and suitable for the ISO 9001:2015 standard. This lets our customers know that we are a high quality and low-risk solution for supply of composite structures.”
The Eclipse Utah operation is a manufacturer of advanced carbon fiber reinforced composites for aerospace, defense, and industrial customers. The Eclipse operation specializes in resin transfer molding (RTM), vacuum infusion, and compression molding processes. Eclipse also offers a revolutionary, lightweight, military-grade SATCOM antenna technology under its own Pioneer product line.
About Eclipse Composites Engineering
Established in 2006, Eclipse Composites Engineering is a designer and manufacturer of lightweight military-grade SATCOM antenna technology, which incorporates state-of-the-art conductive and nanomaterials. The technology incorporated into these products provides the warfighter with a smaller, more durable, lighter antenna geometry that is collapsible for effective transport into the theater of operation. www.eclipsecomposites.com
Scott Bohnsack, President