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  1. Aerospace Product Presentation

  2. GP:50 Aerospace Presentation • What is an Aerospace Pressure Transducer • Aerospace transducersare built using a Quality System basedon ISO 9001:2000 • Market is not just Aerospace. Any Customer that requires high reliability transducers should order from the Aerospace Division

  3. GP:50 Aerospace Preview • What does ISO 9001:2000 mean? • Transducers are designed and manufactured using controlled and documented processes which: • Offers timeliness of design process • Offers qualification of design to specified standards and specifications(e.g. MIL-STDs and MIL-PRF) • Provides objective quality evidence of the manufacturing process • Provided objective quality evidence of inspections • All Documentation can be included.

  4. GP:50 Aerospace Products • Model 7900 • Flight IN-FLOW Lightweight Pressure Transducer • Used in Miniature Propulsion Platforms • Space Vehicles • Satellite Propulsion • Launch Vehicles • Life Support Systems • Model 7901 • “S” Class Electronics (Space Qualified) • Low Noise

  5. GP:50 Aerospace Products • Model 7300 • Flight Qualified Differential Pressure Transducer ( “S” Class) • Used on: • Satellites • Launch Vehicles • Space Vehicles • Life Support Systems • Model 7400 • Aerospace Differential Pressure Transducer • Used on: • Ground Support Systems • Engine Test • Avionics and Aircraft Systems

  6. GP:50 Aerospace Products • Model 8300 (Digitally Corrected) • High Accuracy (.08% RSS & .05%RSS) • Flight Qualified Differential Pressure Transducer ( “S” Class) • Used on: • Satellites • Launch Vehicles • Space Vehicles • Life Support Systems • Model 8400 (Digitally Corrected) • High Accuracy (.08% RSS & .05% RSS) • Aerospace Differential Pressure Transducer • Used on: • Ground Support Systems • Engine Test • Avionics and Aircraft Systems

  7. GP:50 Aerospace Products • Series 7700 • Cryogenic & High Temperature • Temperature Ranges from –400 to +700 Degrees F • Model 7720 • Cryogenic Pressure Transducer • Model 7730 • Dual Cryogenic Pressure & Temperature Transducer • Model 7770 • Extreme High Temperature Transducer • Model 7780 • Extreme High Temperature Pressure Transducer • Model 7790 • Dual Extreme High Pressure & Temperature Transducer

  8. GP:50 Aerospace Products • Model 7800 • Analog Output Temperature Transducer • -20 to +250 Degrees F • Model 7880 • Dual Pressure & Temperature Transducer • -20 to +250 Degrees F • Digital Outputs Available • Pressure Ranges From 3psi to 15000psi

  9. GP:50 Aerospace Products • Model 8500 • Digitally Corrected Submersible Pressure Transducer • Seawater Submersible Pressure Transducer • Submersible to 22,000 Feet • High Accuracy (.08% RSS) • Pressure Ranges From 15psi to 15000psi • Model 7201 • Space Qualified “S” Class Electronics • High Level Low Noise Pressure Transducer • High Accuracy (.3%) • Pressure Ranges From 15psi to 15000psi

  10. GP:50 Aerospace Products • Model 7100 • Flight Qualified • Low Level Pressure Transducer • Pressure Ranges from 5psi to 10,000psi • High Accuracy (.3% & .1% Available) • Used on: • Satellites • Ground Support • Aircraft/Avionics

  11. GP:50 Aerospace Products • Model 7200 • “B+” & “S” Class Electronics • High Level Pressure Transducer • Pressure Ranges from 3psi to 15,000psi • High Accuracy (.3% & .1% Available) • Used on: Satellites, Ground Support, Aircraft & Avionics • Model 8200 • Digitally Corrected • “B+” & “S” Class Electronics • High Level Pressure Transducer • Pressure Ranges from 3psi to 15,000psi • High Accuracy (.08% & .05% RSS) • Used on: Satellites, Ground Support, Aircraft & Avionics

  12. GP:50 Aerospace Presentation • Workmanship is by certified technicians • J-001 is commercial soldering and inspection • NASA 8739.3 is NASA trained soldering and inspection • predominantly used for "S" class transducers. • Welding is by certified technicians only.

  13. GP:50 Aerospace Presentation • Transducer design meets: • MIL-Std-810E for vibration, shock and acceleration • MIL-Std-461 for EMI/RFI - Electromagnetic Interference/Radio frequency Interference

  14. GP:50 Aerospace Presentation • Reliability is insured by: • Aging of all commercial electronics • Thermo cycling of all pressure sensors • Certified materials of construction. • Certified & Trained manufacturing personnel. • Certified and Approved Quality Control System.

  15. GP:50 Aerospace Presentation • Accuracy of .3% to .1 % is certified to using: • A thirteen point calibration. • 100% Tested.

  16. GP:50 Aerospace Competitors • Taber Industries • Stellar Technologies • Kulite Corporation • Eaton Aerospace • Tavis Corporation • GE / Druck • Paine Corporation • Honeywell Sensotec • Ametek Aerospace

  17. GP:50 Aerospace Competitors • Not all Competitors have ‘Class S” Approvals for onboard. • “Heritage” means that the Supplier has had product onboard Aerospace products for a period of Time and has had no Quality issues.

  18. GP:50 Aerospace Presentation • GP:50 Customers: • Treadwell • NASA • Boeing • GE • Kelly Supply • Northrop Grumman • Woodward Governor • Lockheed Martin • Raytheon • General Dynamics • Oceanworks Int. 12) Perry Slingby Systems 13) Phoenix Int. 14) ACI Technical Services 15) BAE / United Defense 16) MOOG 17) Sankyo Int. 18) TEMEX Neuchatel 19) Kelvin Int. 20) Valve Research & Mfg 21) DFAS – Columbus Center 22) Coleman Aerospace Div. *Note: There are other Aerospace customers not listed above, the list is just for the fiscal year of 2005.

  19. Product Training Aerospace Sales Representatives

  20. Aerospace Transducers • Why are Aerospace transducers different from Industrial transducers even though they look alike?

  21. RAW Material Traceability • Aerospace transducers can be traced back to the RAW metal that built the transducer

  22. GP:50 Aerospace Presentation • Aerospace buzz words……………. • "B" Class represents higher reliability EEE parts than normal commercial parts • EEE parts are electronic, electrical or electro-mechanical • "S" class represents a higher reliability than "B" Class - more testing and traceability • "RAD hard" represents the ability of a transducer to operate in a radiation field to levels specified.

  23. Definitions • HEAT number-unique identification established by the metal manufacturer for each smelt of metal product. Allows traceability to the tested chemical and physical properties of the metal. • RAW material-metal received from distributors or manufacturers in standard shapes and sizes (i.e. Round 1”, Tube 1/8” O.D. 0.1” I.D.). • Type of material-316L stainless steel, INCONEL 625 etc.

  24. Definitions • Critical Dimension-Any dimension that has a tighter tolerance than the drawing standard dimension. This is determined by engineering and is employed in areas critical to the transducer assembly.

  25. RAW Material Traceability-How? • RAW Material is received into shipping and receiving department, and held until the Quality Assurance (QA) department can inspect to the Purchase Order(PO), records the HEAT number and then tags material with the HEAT number. The material is released for stocking. • QA then enters the PO number, type of material, shape of material, size of material and HEAT number of material into a RAW material tracking database.

  26. RAW Material Traceability-How? • Work Orders (WO) are issued for the part to be manufactured. • Work Orders have a unique number assigned (industrial uses 1XXXX type Aerospace uses 3XXXX type). • The work order number is assigned to a shop traveler that details how the part shall be build and the approved drawing for the part is attached. • The WO identifies the total number of parts built on the WO. • The machine shop pulls the required material (as called out on the bill of material for that part) and then record the HEAT number for the RAW material used to manufacture the part on the shop traveler. . • This is where Industrial parts are separated from Aerospace parts, industrial parts do not have the HEAT number recorded for the part)

  27. RAW Material Traceability-How? • Aerospace parts then go to QA for inspection to drawing requirements. 100% of all the parts are checked for critical dimensions. • Parts that don’t meet drawing requirements are rejected by QA and a Non-Conformance Report (NCR) is issued against the rejected parts. The work order is held in QA until the NCR has been dispositioned by Engineering and concurred to by QA.

  28. RAW Material Traceability-How? • Accepted parts are labeled by QA with the Part Number, revision level of the drawing/work order, HEAT number, WO number, LOT number (which is a combination of the WO number-HEAT number) • Parts are received into Aerospace stock and the LOT number for each WO recorded in our MRP (manufacturing resource planning) system DBA software. Then the parts are placed in assigned part number bins in the Aerospace Stock Room

  29. RAW Material Traceability-How? • Note: Parts from different WOs are NOT intermingled together so TRACEABILITY to RAW material HEAT number is maintained.

  30. RAW Material Traceability-How? • WOs for transducers are issued, a PICK LIST is generated from the BOM in DBA for the transducer. Parts are assigned to the transducer and their LOT number recorded on the PICK LIST and in DBA for the WO. Each transducer under a work order has an individual shop traveler assigned, and each transducer has an individual PICK LIST that the LOT numbers are recorded for each part in the transducer. Each transducer is assigned a unique serial number. When shipped, each serial number for each transducer is recorded into DBA.

  31. RAW Material Traceability: Conclusion • Customer has transducer with serial number 703408 and has a problem (port cracked) and wants to know how many of his other transducers were made from this defective HEAT material. The Model number traces to the WO number that build the transducer, serial number traces to each part used to manufacture the transducer, port part number and LOT number traces to the HEAT number of the RAW stock used to manufacture the part. HEAT number then can be used to trace all parts that used this material.

  32. RAW Material Traceability: Conclusion • This is RAW material tractability-customer’s that need this kind of traceability need Aerospace manufactured transducers.

  33. Electronic Parts Traceability • Electronic piece parts in a transducer can be traced to their specific manufacturer and LOT/DATE code.

  34. Definitions • LOT/DATE code-This is a unique alpha-numeric number assigned by the electronic part manufacturer to identify LOTs of parts manufactured at the same time and when they were manufactured.

  35. Electronic Parts Traceability-How? • Parts are purchased from Approved Manufacturers (maintained on a Approved Manufactures List maintained by QA) by issuance of a PO (ordering information concurred to by Engineering and QA and as a minimum always requires a LOT/DATE code from the supplier) to either electronic part distributors or manufacturers. Parts are order by their manufacture number so that specific parts can be cross-referenced from place to place. • (Here is where industrial differs from Aerospace, industrial electronic parts are ordered but no requirement for manufacturer LOT/DATE code is requested or maintained. Industrial does not have an Approved Manufacturers List)

  36. Electronic Parts Traceability-How? • Parts are received into QA, where they are inspected to PO requirements. Parts that do not meet the PO requirements are rejected and a NCR is generated against the part supplier for the rejected parts. The PO is held in QA until Engineering and QA disposition the NCR. • Approved parts are labeled by QA by their manufacture number and LOT number (lot number is the unique PO number generated at time of purchase, industrial POs use 1XXXX type Aerospace use 3XXXX type).

  37. Electronic Parts Traceability-How? • Parts are received into Aerospace stock and the LOT numbers for each PO recorded in our MRP (manufacturing resource planning) system DBA software. Then the parts are placed in assigned manufacturer’s part number bins in the Aerospace Stock Room. • Note: Parts from different WO’s are NOT intermingled together so TRACEABILITY to PO number and thus supporting part manufacturer NAME and LOT/DATE code is maintained.

  38. Electronic Parts Traceability-How? • Work Orders are issued for electronic assemblies to be manufactured. Work orders have a unique number assigned (Aerospace uses 3XXXX type). • The work order number is assigned to a shop traveler that details how the assembly shall be build and the approved drawing for the assembly along with a BOM is attached. • A PICK LIST is generated from the BOM in DBA for the assembly. • Electronic parts are assigned to the transducer and their individual LOT number recorded on the PICK LIST and in DBA for the WO. • The WO identifies the total number of assemblies built on the WO.

  39. Electronic Parts Traceability-How? • Completed assemblies are 100% inspected by QA, then receive a 150 hour burn-in process. (Some receive 100 hour burn-in with eight thermal cycles then 50 hour completed transducer burn-in.) Then are inspected again by QA. • Accepted assemblies are labeled with part number and LOT number (unique work order number that they were built from)

  40. Electronic Parts Traceability-How? • Parts are received into Aerospace stock and the LOT number recorded in our MRP (manufacturing resource planning) system DBA software. Then the assemblies are placed in assigned part number bins in the Aerospace Stock Room. • Note: Parts from different WOs are NOT intermingled together so TRACEABILITY to electronic part LOT/DATE code maintained.

  41. Electronic Parts Traceability-How? • Work Orders for transducers are issued, a PICK LIST is generated from the BOM in DBA for the transducer. Assemblies are assigned to the transducer and their part number and LOT number recorded on the PICK LIST and in DBA for the WO. Each transducer under a work order has a individual shop traveler assigned, and each transducer has an individual PICK LIST that LOT numbers are recorded for each assembly to each transducer. Each transducer is assigned a unique serial number. When shipped, each serial number for each transducer is recorded into DBA.

  42. Electronic Parts: Conclusion • Customer has transducer with serial number 703408 and has a problem (electronic part with LOT/DATE code 0401 has failed and has a GIDEP alert issued) and wants to know if we used this part LOT/DATE code in his transducers. • The Customer’s transducer part number is inputted in DBA and a BOM can be generated. The BOM can be interrogated down to the piece part level in DBA and if the electronic part is in the customers transducer design (Let say it is), then the serial number for his transducer(s) will identify the WOs that built the assembly. • This WO number will identify the LOT number for the electronic part used, which will identify the manufacture of the part and the LOT/DATE code so the customer question can be answered.

  43. Electronic Parts: Conclusion • This is Electronic Part Tractability-Companies that need this kind of traceability need Aerospace manufactured transducers

  44. Higher Degree of Manufacturing Control • Aerospace has a higher level of control over the manufacturing process.

  45. Manufacturing Control-How? • Shop Travelers-Although shop travelers are used by the industrial department, Aerospace shop travelers are setup to perform and document the following: • Provide detailed manufacturing inspections, special notes, procedure referral and then provide for technician initial and date that steps are completed. • Each transducer has a shop traveler vice one shop traveler for an order. • QA inspection steps at critical manufacturing processes to minimize rework due to errors and provide for in-process inspection. • Provide for in-process data requirements.

  46. Manufacturing Control-How? • Contamination control-Some customers require their transducer to be manufactured tested and inspected in clean rooms, transducers manufactured by the Aerospace department can meet these requirements. • Certified Technicians and Inspectors-Some customer require certified solder operations. Aerospace technicians and Inspectors are certified to NASA-STD-8739.3

  47. Manufacturing Control-How? • Special Processes-Aerospace performs special processes to established procedures or vendors as follows: • Passivation of all metal parts per ASTM 961-Aerospace performs in-house. • Conformal Coating of PC Boards- Aerospace performs in-house. • Power Aging (Burn-in) of Electronics- Aerospace performs in-house. • Cleaning per MIL-STD-1246, IEST-STD-CC1246, MIL-STD-1330-Performed by Approved Vendor.

  48. Manufacturing Control: Conclusion • This is Manufacturing Control-Companies that need this kind of control need Aerospace Manufactured Transducers.

  49. Type of Electronics • Commercial, B Class or S Class • B Class electronics have higher reliability than commercial based on testing performed by the manufacturer. These electronic parts meet MIL-PRF specs for standard military quality level electronic parts. • S-Class electronics have the highest reliability electronics. These electronic parts meet MIL-PRF specs for space quality electronic parts. • Aerospace artificially ages all electronic class assemblies built for 150 hours at 170 oF. • Rad Hard-Electronics ability to continue operation while exposed to radiation at levels specified.

  50. Total Transducer Calibration • All Aerospace transducers are calibrated using three runs (Ascending, Descending, 2ND Ascending), providing for Linearity, Hystersis and Non-repeatability calculation. Additionally, all transducer are thermally compensated and verified to meet customer requirements. All this information is provided to the customer in an easy to read and understand form (Calibration Report). • Note: All calibrations meet NIST traceability requirements.