ASME & ISO Compliant Fabrication
The quality of our craftsmanship is put to the test every day in some of the toughest industrial environments in the world. Our distinctive commitment to quality is reinforced by our many certifications for process equipment, nuclear power components, and custom metal fabrications.
- ISO 9001:2015 certified across the enterprise
- ASME Stamps U, S
- MIL-I-45208A compliant
- Pressure Equipment Directive (PED)
AT&F is now ISO certified across the entire enterprise which includes AT&F Cleveland, AT&F Advanced Metals, and AT&F Wisconsin. This certification shows our investment in customer-focused processes that provide quality products, assure on-time delivery and reduce waste. We’re dedicated to meeting all TEMA and ASME fabrication standards. Here we lead the market due in large part to the depth of our technological knowledge gained over many years of providing value-added products and services to our customers. The fabrications, assemblies, and components made by our skilled craftspeople all adhere to ASME fabrication standards.
AT&F Quality Policy
AT&F is committed to the fabrication of metal products that are reliable, functional, and cost-effective. We strive to achieve this by:
- Promoting an understanding and meeting customer, regulatory, and statutory requirements.
- Developing seamless processes internally and fully integrating the services provided by our suppliers and partners.
- Monitoring our performance through performance metrics in order to continually improve our processes and products.
- Utilizing our ISO 9001:2015 quality management system for all company processes everywhere, every time, without exception.
- Continually improving our enterprise and our quality management system.
World-Class Manufacturing in a “Green” World
In today’s eco-conscious world, AT&F is committed to world-class environmental management. Both in our internal practices and on behalf of our customers, we model “green manufacturing” in every way possible.
- Making unique contributions to primary “green” technologies, such as cellulosic ethanol, wind, solar, and nuclear power.
- Applying environmentally friendly production practices – from purchasing to construction to production, and passing savings onto customers.
- Internalizing a reuse-reduce-recycle strategy to slash waste