Seal Dynamics is an active member of the Aviation Suppliers Association which is a trade association representing companies that buy and sell aircraft parts. Seal Dynamics has also met the requirements of the FAA’s Advisory Circular (AC 00-56) and, as a result, is accredited under the provisions of FAA AC 00-56A. This FAA advocates that parts procured from such “accredited suppliers” will convey an assurance to the purchaser that the parts supplied follow the highest quality and that appropriate documentation is on file at the distributor’s place of business. The FAA considers that obtaining parts through accredited distributors is a sound safety practice.
Seal Dynamics holds a Certificate of Compliance from NSF International for the SF/ANSI 61. This certification entitles Seal Dynamics to bear the NSF Mark, once again proving its ability as a recognized leader in meeting the growing demands of the food and beverage industry. While focusing on food, water, indoor air and the environment, NSF develops national standards, provides learning opportunities through its Center for Public Health Education and provides third-party conformity assessment services. ANSI designation is through the American National Standards Institute provides guidance and oversight to the American National Standards process and certification.
ISO/TS 16949 (Automotive)
Seal Dynamics supports “ISO/TS 16949:2009” through our vendor supply base. TS-Certification is the common supplier quality standard for: DaimlerChrysler Corporation – Ford Motor Company and General Motors Corporation, (based on ISO 9001) TS-Certification, is specifically written for the automotive industry.