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Lyndhurst Precision Engineering inspection facility is blue chip quality

Lyndhurst Precision Engineering is celebrating the success of its new in-house inspection facility. The dedicated, temperature-controlled facility allows Lyndhurst to ensure that the components the firm manufactures meet the high expectations of our customers, in terms of quality and competitiveness on the world stage.

Some of the components put through their paces at the inspection facility include those used by Lyndhurst’s blue-chip clients in the nuclear, defence, medical, automotive and renewable energy sectors. The facility houses a series of state-of-the-art apparatus including Faro Arms and Mitutoyo co-ordinate measuring machines, calibrated to the highest possible standard, in-line with the quality management systems of the cutting edge industries Lyndhurst provides components to.

As a result of its high-levels of production and quality control, Lyndhurst is now a preferred supplier to a blue-chip international organisation in the automotive and aerospace industries.

Mark Marriner, managing director, Lyndhurst Precision Engineering, said: “Everything which leaves Lyndhurst is tested and inspected, in-line with the highest possible certifications and quality levels, all backed up with our ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management certification, which is the most recent and most up to date available.

“Becoming a preferred supplier to a highly regarded world class organisation is testament to our ability, reliability and credibility in the engineering and manufacturing of precision components.”

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