Storm Power Components Adds Design and Development to AS9100 Certification

August 3, 2021 11:27 am Published by

Decatur, TN, August 3rd, 2021 – Storm Power Components, a leading manufacturer of electrical busbars and related power components, is pleased to announce that its ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100:D certifications have been extended to include the Design and Development component per AS9100 Section 8.3. Storm’s certified robust design process guides customers who are new to the complexities of custom-designed or multi-layer laminated electrical busbars which carry high voltages and/or currents.

This support begins with initial concepts, proceeds through optimizing topology, best materials & finishes, electrical & mechanical testing, and finishes with complete in-house manufacturing in our large Decatur, Tennessee facility.  “Adding design to our certification is another step that enables our customers to capitalize on the vast experience of our design team when dealing with the intricate details involved in designing laminated bus bars” -Rick Whistler, Director of Laminated Bus.

The AS9100:D Standard specifies the Quality Management System requirements for organizations that design, develop, or manufacture aviation, space, and defense products. The standard is an SAE document developed by the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG) which includes the ISO 9001:2015 requirements. It also identifies additional requirements specifically for the aviation, space, and defense industries. Storm’s skilled busbar designers help customers develop a wide variety of busbars ranging from simple machined and fabricated parts up through low-inductance, multi-layer laminated busbars.


About Storm Power Components:

Storm Power Components is a leading manufacturer of custom copper and aluminum bus bars. Founded in 1990, the company focuses exclusively on fabrication, electroplating, and dielectric coatings for single-layer and multilayer copper and aluminum busbars needed by original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and serves a wide variety of commercial, industrial, and military/aerospace users.

Storm manufactures and delivers over 6 million busbars each year to customers all over the world. Applications which rely on these components include power inverters, motor drives, grid-based, solar and wind-energy systems, battery and other energy-storage facilities, electric and hybrid vehicles, railway and ship transportation, radar systems, server/data centers, and more.

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