What Does Quality Control Mean at Alliant?

Depending on the industries a stainless steel vendor serves, customers might find that quality control can vary. Alliant Metals has been a go-to business for those searching for commercial and industrial stainless steel products for over 30 years; we are always finding the best ways to add value to our stainless steel that matches superior quality standards.

So, what’s Alliant Metals’ quality standard?

Alliant Metals has a written Quality Assurance Manual which complies to MIL-I-45208a (military) specifications since 1988. Our calibration methods conform to ISO 10012-1: ISO/IEC 17025 and ANSI/NCSL Z540-1-1994 (formerly known as MIL-STD-45662A) with Hunt Metrology. We will even provide original mill test reports free of charge with every stainless order and will provide Alliant Certificates of Compliance upon request.

Alliant Metals’ objective is to provide quality materials, products, and services to each of our customers. Our expertise in various grades, alloys, and forms has allowed us to act as the leading professionals in various industries and gives us the opportunity to provide tremendous results for each delivery.

When you’re not confident about what services you might require, contact us at Alliant Metals to find what services are needed – you will find it difficult to discover a team that has our knowledge or experience. By working with us, you will see that our experts can save you time and money not only with our custom manufactured work but also with specialized “pre-finished” raw product that reduces your processing time.

From 420 to 420f stainless steel, we offer it all. For more information about our various services and how we can help you, call us today at (800) 543-1453.

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