InsulTech Attains Nadcap Welding Accreditation in Yuma Plant

Supporting its vision of developing an advanced metal foil insulation blanket manufacturing in Yuma, Arizona, InsulTech is pleased to announce that it has attained Nadcap AC7110 accreditation for resistance welding. The National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Accreditation Program (Nadcap) is seen as the foremost standard for special processes in the aerospace and defense industries. It requires precise controls, conformity assessments, planning and documentation. It is validated by rigorous internal and 3rd party auditing. InsulTech is the first company in Southwestern Arizona to attain this accreditation for welding.

“InsulTech remains committed to building a world class aerospace and defense manufacturing site in Yuma, Arizona,” said Ryan Barto, InsulTech Yuma’s General Manager. “Our team continues to push this operation to new heights.”

Over the past two years, InsulTech has made significant investments at its Yuma site, including the ground-up construction of its dedicated foil products fabrication facility, large purchases of cutting edge equipment, and ongoing hires from the local community.

“Nadcap certification is a key factor in eligibility for many critical national security programs,” noted Sean Deshler, InsulTech’s Aerospace Director. “It opens the door for InsulTech to bring more scope into the Yuma site, and it is now well-positioned to compete domestically and internationally.”

InsulTech provides custom thermal and acoustic insulation products supported by range of engineering, analysis, prototyping and field services. Insultech’s products improve safety, attenuate sound and increase thermal efficiency across a range of industries, including energy, transportation, aerospace and defense.