Quality Control

As one of the leading sub contract engineering companies, Ewart Engineering’s ISO 9001 and ISO 14000 standard and approved continuous assessment is guaranteed to achieve the highest standards. Part of our quality management system allows our customers to conduct full system audits in addition to our ongoing in-house system checks.

Raw material checks are done on delivery and we have full traceability on material and staff right through to delivery. All welders are fully qualified to BS EN ISO 9606 2013.

Throughout the various stages of manufacture, inspections of components have to be signed off at each stage by quality control. Other random checks are carried out and subject to specific customer requirements; we also carry out a final inspection to meet their targets.

Computerised calibration is designed to provide high accuracy inspection and the performance PPM rating monthly management reports. We can also undertake machine capability studies on specific components for clients.


ISO 14001 Certificate
ISO 9001 Certificate

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Quality Control

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