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At Aerostar Manufacturing, we pride ourselves on the meticulous attention to detail that goes into the production of our pump housings. Our process begins with a thorough inspection of received materials, ensuring they meet all required standards.


At Aerostar Manufacturing, we pride ourselves on the meticulous attention to detail that goes into the production of our pump housings. Our process begins with a thorough inspection of received materials, ensuring they meet all required standards.


At Aerostar Manufacturing, we pride ourselves on the meticulous attention to detail that goes into the production of our pump housings. Our process begins with a thorough inspection of received materials, ensuring they meet all required standards.

During the packing stage, each part is verified for correct identification and inspected for any defects or errors. A final audit is conducted to inspect all major, critical, and significant characteristics as determined by either the customer or us. Before shipping, we perform a last round of visual inspections to confirm the correct product, quantity, and identification, while also checking for any damage or contamination.

Our technical specifications adhere to ASME Y14.5-2009 and ASME B46.1-2002 standards, ensuring the highest quality in dimensional tolerances and surface texture. We employ state of the art microscope technology for inspections, focusing on areas prone to burrs and sharp edges. Our packing instructions are designed to maintain the integrity of the product, right up to the point it reaches the customer.

Engineers will find our detailed documentation, which includes everything from dimensional tolerances to inspection instructions, invaluable for understanding the rigorous quality control measures we employ.

Project Overview

Quality, Inspection, and Measurement Tools

  • Material Receiving Inspection: Check for correct product, damage, contamination, or rust.
  • In-Process Inspection: Examine all components for machining and casting defects.
  • Dimensional Checks: Verify correct identification of product dimension.
  • Surface Quality Checks: Confirm the quality and correctness of product, checking for any surface defects or imperfections.
  • Barcode Verification: Inspect the barcode of the part and verify correctness.
  • Final Quality Inspection: Review for correct product, quality, and any signs of damage or contamination.

Equipment and Tools Used for Quality and Inspection Steps

  • Microscope
  • Barcode Scanner
  • Measurement Gauges
  • Quality Assurance Software

These steps often intertwine with manufacturing steps to ensure a feedback loop exists between the production process and quality controls. Discrepancies detected during quality checks can lead to modifications in the manufacturing steps.

Manufacturing Steps

  • Material Preparation: Procure necessary raw materials.
  • Initial Machining: First run to create the part.
  • Surface Treatment: Apply surface treatment.
  • Assembly: Assemble the components per the specifications.
  • Packaging: Secure the products with correct packing materials and identification.

Equipment and Tools Used for Manufacturing Steps

  • CNC Machines
  • Surface Treatment Tanks
  • Assembly Line
  • Packaging Machines

The steps in manufacturing are often revisited based on the results of the quality checks. For example, if an intermediate inspection detects an issue, the material may go back to the assembly stage.

Manufactured Components and Parts

  • Housing Units
  • Mechanical Parts (e.g., screws, bolts)
  • Electrical Components (if applicable)
  • Packaging Materials