Part 1: What is ITAR Compliance Certification
What is ITAR?
Throughout the past few years, Brennan has earned many certifications and accreditations—one of these being ITAR (International Traffic in Arms Regulations).
Part 2: Diane Swencki & the Aerospace Industry
Six types of Commonly Used Aerospace Fittings
In the aerospace industry, sections of tubing are usually attached with flared or flareless (compression type) fittings, unlike steel pipe. The SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) establishes the requirements for fittings that are used in all types of fluid systems.
Part 3: Importance of Traceability in Aerospace Industry
A first in the industry, all Brennan product is marked for traceability with a Brennan logo, and manufacturing code. This code allows us to determine manufacturing location, time and raw materials. If there ever is a problem, we know exactly which fittings may be effected. This ensures you get trouble-free fittings and the Brennan quality you expect, every time.
Part 4: What is the Difference Between Aerospace & Defence
Crucial Components to Aerospace & Defence Market Entry
In April of 2017, Brennan Industries took the first step in entering the Aerospace market and became AS9100C and NADCAP certified meaning our fittings became approved for civilian aerospace applications.