At Able, our customers can trust that we will treat their parts with care. As part of being an ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 registered company, and a supplier to medical device and aerospace customers across the country, Able Electropolishing has completed the validation of its electropolishing and passivation processes in accordance with “Quality Management Systems – Process Validation Guidance” authored by SG3 and endorsed by The Global Harmonization Task Force. Able chose this document as a foundation for its process validation because of the representation of individuals in medical device regulatory agencies.
The guidance obtained from this document was used to assist Able in continuing to improve our quality management systems and to address the requirements of our manufacturing customers in all industries, but specifically in the medical device industry, which we consider to have the tightest controls and regulations surrounding process validation.
Able adheres to international standards of excellence, ensuring that we consistently provide a variety of high-quality metal finishing services.
We meet standards set by:
By meeting or exceeding the various standards set by these organizations, we can provide services like electropolishing, passivation and more while giving our clients a sense of true security in our quality. When you work with Able Electropolishing, you can enjoy the peace of mind that we are meeting high standards, whether you’re sending us one part or thousands.
These standards allow us to provide finishing services for critical parts in industries like pharmaceutical, medical device, aerospace, automotive, appliance and more.
For more information about these standards and our own practices for electropolishing and more, please contact our sales department at email@example.com or call us at (888) 868-2900.
Read our guide to understand why so many of the world’s best-known manufacturers, including Boeing, SpaceX, Tesla, and Volvo, trust Able to electropolish their metal parts.
From unexpected costs to regulatory compliance and safety hazards, in-house electropolishing can pose significant challenges and risks.
Electropolishing is used to improve surface finish and enhance corrosion resistance, enabling critical metal parts to perform better and last longer.
When a marine and rescue hardware manufacturer started developing parts for rescue harnesses in 2018, they knew they needed to find a metal finishing partner with uncompromising standards and no tolerance for error: lives, literally, hang on the line.