12/24/2018

Ace Anodizing Receives ISO 9001:2015 Cert, Adds Cutting Capabilities

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Company adds a cutback saw system designed for production cutting of bars or extrusions to close tolerances that uses a computer controlled back–gauge for accurate sawing performance and improved throughput.

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Ace Anodizing and Impregnating in Hillside, Illinois, has been certified under ISO 9001:2015 which focuses on quality management systems and performance.

“We feel our ISO 9001:2015 certification provides additional assurance to our customers that we are focused on continuous improvement,” says Mike Battaglia, vice president of sales and marketing.

Ace has increased its cutting capabilities, adding a precision cutback saw system designed for production cutting of bars or extrusions to close tolerances that uses a computer controlled back-gauge for accurate sawing performance and improved throughput. Visit www.acemetalfinishing.com for more information on Ace and its services.

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