TULSA, Oklahoma—December 9, 2010—Specific Systems, the leading manufacturer of industrial and severe duty HVAC equipment, received third-party certification to the internationally recognized ISO 9001:2008 quality management standard. Intertek, an ANAB accredited registrar that is a leading provider of testing and quality audits for several industries, assessed Specific Systems against the requirements for consistent quality assurance.
For Specific Systems, the ISO 9001:2008 certification is a significant step in maintaining a leadership position in the industry. “We are proud to have achieved this certification,” says President Mike Bolick. “The certification encompasses the hard work by our employees in constantly improving both ourselves and our products, as well as providing our customers with the products and service they need.” Specific Systems began the hard work of achieving the certification early this year.
ISO certification requires both internal and external process auditing to ensure an efficient and continually improving system that focuses on customer satisfaction. By obtaining this certification, Specific Systems is ensuring that its processes are regularly reviewed for improvement. Specific Systems’ certification scope includes the design, engineering and manufacturing of explosion proof and severe duty HVAC and building pressurization equipment, and a copy of the certificate can be accessed on Specific Systems’ web site.
About Specific Systems
In 1974, Specific Systems set the standard for heavy-duty industrial environmental control with its InPac series. As the largest and oldest in the industry, Specific Systems continues to lead the way by using efficient yet durable components and innovative product designs. Specific Systems also engineers and manufactures HVAC units for light industrial, commercial, and military applications with industrial capacities up to 50 tons (600,000 BTUH). For more information on Specific Systems products, visit www.specificsystems.com.
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