Quickly changing attitudes and technological capabilities have changed the future of the naval industry. According to the U.S. Naval Institute, the future of modern warfare, national security, and the technological advances of our adversaries continue to push the U.S. Navy and Marines toward new maritime industry trends and emerging technologies.
Fluid Conditioning Products is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), and we are proud to support our troops, veterans, and disabled veterans. At FCP, we take our commitment to the troops seriously, and our owner and service-disabled veteran, David A. Niggel, understands the sacrifice it takes to be a U.S. serviceman. This is his story. Continue reading Working with Disabled Veterans→
The technically demanding aerospace and defense industries that we serve here at Fluid Conditioning Products (FCP) are often faced with complex challenges that can limit their overall strength and growth. In fact, reviewing any reliable industry research reporting in 2019 will show that manufacturing in these sectors—particularly in commercial aerospace—is in the process of rebounding from some difficult years.
Luckily, these recent growth trends are likely to continue for some time based on experts’ predictions. This is excellent news for the global economy, of course, but also exciting to dependable and high-quality suppliers like us who have the capabilities to support our customers no matter their precision filtration needs.
It may have been Star Trek that introduced us to space as “the final frontier.”
But it’s less sci-fi and more reality today—more than a half-century following the show’s debut—that our government is embracing the continuing mission of the Starship Enterprise, “…to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and civilizations, to boldly go where no one has gone before.”
The growing aviation sector has spawned a curious alphabet soup of acronyms to describe the various types of unmanned, or remotely-controlled aircraft that grace our skies. News reports describe military drones carrying out surveillance or airstrikes against terrorists around of the world. Companies like Amazon are experimenting with deliveries via drones. And high-tech drones of all shapes and sizes are available to consumers in hobby shops and department stores across the country.
They can’t all be called by the same name can they?
If you’re reading this, you likely already know a thing or two about sintered metal filters, though you may not know exactly what you need for your unique application. Here at Fluid Conditioning Products (FCP), our goal is to assist customers in procuring precisely the right porous metal filter for their larger-scale manufacturing or other custom projects that require at least 100 units.
There’s a lot to consider when it comes to filters and filter design, especially in the Aerospace, Defense and Marine industries. Through a wide range of aircraft and land vehicles, to the extremes of aerospace applications, nuclear submarines, and test/maintenance facilities, companies depend on quality filters to perform under and withstand the most demanding conditions.
When looking for precision-crafted filtration products, quality and dependability should be your top two requirements. But how do you measure quality and dependability in the aerospace industry where safety and reliability are of the utmost importance? You abide by and get certified to the AS9100 Rev C. Standard. Continue reading The Importance of AS9100 certification→
Click Here to view our newly released Capabilities Statement. Government buyers will find this an indispensable tool to quickly reference the ways that FCP can help meet their procurement requirements!
FCP successfully passed its most recent 18-month audit by the Performance Review Institute to maintain its NADCAP accreditation. FCP holds certification by NADCAP for quality and expertise in all of our brazing processes.
FCP is committed to maintaining the certifications and approvals needed to support our customers:
AS 9100, Rev. C.
ISO 9001: 2008
Sub-Safe Level 1
FCP Supplies Marines with ‘Ship-to-Shore’ Fuel Strainer Assembly.