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Ace Anodizing Receives Certification and Adds New Cutting Capabilities

Ace Anodizing & Impregnating, Inc. has been certified under ISO 9001:2015.

International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 focuses on quality management systems and performance and helps companies develop management systems that align quality with a wider business strategy.

"We feel our certification provides additional assurance to our customers that we are focused on continuous improvement," said Mike Battaglia, VP of Sales and Marketing for Ace. "Driving continuous improvement is what it is all about and our customers know we have that covered."

Ace Anodizing has also announced the addition of new and increased cutting capabilities. Ace added a precision cutback saw system designed for production cutting of bars or extrusions to close tolerances. The system uses a computer controlled back gauge for increased sawing performance and improved throughput.

"This is another example of Ace responding to the expanding needs in the marketplace. Whether it is new finishes, equipment or additional value-added services, Ace continues to focus on the needs of its clients. It is part of our strategic, customer driven focus," said Battaglia. Ace can now cut material 8" high, 24" wide and up to 24' long, providing more turn-key services for its customers.

Ace's capabilities include anodizing services, chromate conversion, powder coating services, resin impregnation and a precision cutback saw department. Ace can handle parts up to 282" long.

For more information contact:

Ace Anodizing & Impregnating, Inc.

4161 Butterfield Road

Hillside, IL 60162


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