Certifications & Accreditations


Surface Enhancement Engineering (Surface Enhancement Technologies LLC)

AS9100

AS9100 Rev C Quality Management Systems Certification for the design, engineering and implementation of surface enhancement technologies including patented and proprietary Low Plasticity Burnishing (LPB®) for military, aviation and aerospace. (See Certificate)

ISO 9001:2008 Certified

The Quality Management System applicable to the engineering and implementation of surface enhancement technologies including patented and proprietary Low Plasticity Burnishing (LPB®) has been assessed and registered as conforming to the requirements of ISO 9001:2008. (See Certificate)

FAA

Surface Enhancement Technologies is a certified FAA 145 Repair Station. (See FAA 145 Certificate)

Low Plasticity Burnishing is FAA Accepted for repair and alteration of aircraft components. (See FAA Acceptance Letter)

Approved Supplier

Lambda Technologies is an approved supplier for NAVAIR, Pratt & Whitney, Delta TechOps, and GE Aviation.

 

A2LA CertificationLaboratory & Engineering Services (Lambda Research Inc.)

Current A2LA Certificate in PDF format.

Lambda’s quality system has been certified by major corporations for meeting their specific criteria for laboratory testing including General Electric, Honeywell International and Bechtel SAIC. Lambda is the only S400 lab in the world certified by General Electric to perform residual stress measurement.

Lambda Research is an approved supplier of design verification for Rolls Royce.

 

Testing Certifications

Below is a list of testing specifications for which Lambda is certified.

SAE HS 784

SAE SP-453

GE 4013195-991

ASTM F1185

GE S-400

ASTM E81

GE 40132040-860

ASTM E837

ASTM E915

ASTM E1237

ASTM E975

ASTM D5187

ASTM E1426

ASTM F2024


Technician Training, Instrumentation Validation and Test Sample Tracking.

Lambda’s technicians are required to undergo extensive training. Technicians must pass both written and procedural tests for each procedure per ISO 17025.

Lambda has a stringent validation schedule for all of its instrumentation. An assortment of proficiency standards, specific to each instrument, is used for validation of the measurement equipment and verification of technician proficiency.

Lambda has specific procedures written for the tracking of test samples from the moment the sample is received to when it is shipped following testing. Furthermore, Lambda understands that the proprietary nature of the customer’s component design is very important. We treat every test sample as proprietary to the customer. Lambda has several proprietary information or non-disclosure agreements on file.