Kanfit, a leading built-to-spec/print aerospace engineering & manufacturing company, has announced it has successfully completed its Nadcap audit for Composites as well as a renewed certification for Heat Treatment.
Kanfit successfully achieved Nadcap accreditation for Core Processing (CP) and Liquid Resin Processing (LRP) and received recertification for Prepreg/Adhesive Bonding/Resin Film Infusion and Process Control Testing (audit criteria for Non-Metallic Part Manufacturers Captive Laboratories).
Accreditations for LRP authorises Kanfit’s Resin Transfer Mould (RTM) process according to the requirements of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI).
Additionally, Kanfit developed and created the new RTM process and specification for complex aerospace products. This specification has been fully adopted, without changes, by a prominent aerospace industry leader and they have incorporated it into their process specification library.
“We are extremely proud of our Composites and QA teams for bringing the company to the next level of Nadcap certification,” said Shai Fine, general manager of Kanfit. “Obtaining such a prestigious certification demonstrates our continued commitment to achieving our goal of providing top quality innovative solutions so that our customers continue to trust and depend on our products and services.”
In addition to Kanfit’s autoclave manufacturing capabilities, the company recently added 3D additive manufacturing and is also developing other production technologies, including automated fibre placement (AFP) and robotic filament winding of closed frames.