INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ARE BEEN USED BY HSF


INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR MANAGEMENT PROCESSES

# STANDARD DESCRIPTION OF THE STANDARD REVISION
1AS9100QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - REQUIREMENTS FOR AVIATION, SPACE, AND DEFENSE ORGANIZATIONSREV.D
2AS9003INSPECTION AND TEST QUALITY REQUIREMENTS FOR AVIATION, SPACE, AND DEFENSE ORGANIZATIONSREV.A
3ISO-IEC 17025GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE COMPETENCE OF TESTING AND CALIBRATION LABORATORIES2017-12
4AS9102AEROSPACE FIRST ARTICLE INSPECTION REQUIREMENTREV.B
5AS9103AEROSPACE SERIES - QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - VARIATION MANAGEMENT OF KEY CHARACTERISTICSREV.A
6AS9115QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - REQUIREMENTS FOR AVIATION, SPACE, AND DEFENSE ORGANIZATIONS -DELIVERABLE SOFTWARE (SUPPLEMENT TO 9100:2016)REV.A
7AS9131AEROSPACE SERIES - QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - NONCONFORMITY DATA DEFINITION ANDDOCUMENTATIONREV.D
8AS9145AEROSPACE SERIES – REQUIREMENTS FOR ADVANCED PRODUCT QUALITY PLANNING AND PRODUCTION PARTAPPROVAL PROCESS2016-11
9AS9146FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE (FOD) PREVENTION PROGRAM - REQUIREMENTS FOR AVIATION, SPACE, AND DEFENSEORGANIZATIONS2017-04
10AS13000PROBLEM SOLVING REQUIREMENTS FOR SUPPLIERS2014-05
11AS13004PROCESS FAILURE MODE AND EFFECTS ANALYSIS (PFMEA) AND CONTROL PLANS2017-08
12AS13006PROCESS CONTROL METHODS2018-09
13ASQ/ANSI Z1.4–2003SAMPLING PROCEDURES AND TABLES FOR INSPECTION BY ATTRIBUTESR2018
14ASQ/ANSI Z1.9–2003SAMPLING PROCEDURES AND TABLES FOR INSPECTION BY VARIABLES FOR PERCENT NONCONFORMINGR2018
15AS478IDENTIFICATION MARKING METHODSREV.R
16AS6174COUNTERFEIT MATERIEL; ASSURING ACQUISITION OF AUTHENTIC AND CONFORMING MATERIELREV.A
17AS6832COUNTERFEIT MATERIEL, ASSURING ACQUISITION OF AUTHENTIC AND CONFORMING FASTENERS2020-06
18ISO 2859MEASUREMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS - REQUIREMENTS FOR MEASUREMENT PROCESSES AND MEASURINGEQUIPMENT2012
19ISO 31000RISK MANAGEMENT - GUIDELINES2018-03
20SAE ARP9134SUPPLY CHAIN RISK MANAGEMENT GUIDELINEREV.A
21ISO 10012Measurement Management Systems - Requirements for Measurement Processes and Measuring Equipment2003
22AS9101Quality Management Systems – Audit Requirements for Aviation, Space, and Defense OrganizationsRev.F
23SAE ARP9013Statistical Product Acceptance RequirementsRev.A
24SAE ARP9136Aerospace Series – Root Cause and Problem Solving (9S Methodology)2016-11
25SAE ARP9136Aerospace Series – Root Cause and Problem Solving (9S Methodology)2016-11
26AS9138Aerospace Series - Quality Management Systems Statistical Product Acceptance Requirements2018-01
27J1739Potential Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Including Design FMEA, Supplemental FMEA-MSR, and Process FMEAJAN2021

INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR PRODUCTION PROCESSES

# STANDARD DESCRIPTION OF THE STANDARD REVISION
1AMS2400PLATING, CADMIUMREV.Y
2AMS2402PLATING, ZINCREV.L
3AMS2411SILVER PLATING FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE APPLICATIONSREV.J
4AMS2418PLATING, COPPERREV.J
5AMS2430SHOT PEENINGREV.U
6AMS2431PEENING MEDIA GENERAL REQUIREMENTSREV.D
7AMS2460PLATING, CHROMIUMREV.A
8AMS2761HEAT TREATMENT OF STEEL RAW MATERIALS2020-07
9AMS2771HEAT TREATMENT OF ALUMINUM ALLOY CASTINGSREV.F
10AMS2774HEAT TREATMENT NICKEL ALLOY AND COBALT ALLOY PARTSREV.G
11AMS2801HEAT TREATMENT OF TITANIUM ALLOY PARTSREV.B
12AMS-H-81200HEAT TREATMENT OF TITANIUM AND TITANIUM ALLOYSREV.D
13AMS-QQ-N-290NICKEL PLATING (ELECTRODEPOSITED)REV.C
14ASME Y14.5DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING2018
15ASME Y14.100ENGINEERING DRAWING PRACTICES2017
16AMSQQA367ALUMINUM ALLOY FORGINGSREV.E
17AS1990ALUMINUM ALLOY TEMPERSREV.D
18AS8879SCREW THREADSREV.D
19AMS2772HEAT TREATMENT OF ALUMINUM ALLOY RAW MATERIALSREV.G
20ASME B1.7SCREW THREADS: Nomenclature, Definitions, and Letter Symbols2006
21ASME B1.1Unified Inch Screw Threads (UN, UNR, and UNJ Thread Forms)2019
22ASME B1.3Screw Thread Gaging Systems for Acceptability: Inch and Metric Screw Threads (UN, UNR, UNJ, and MJ)2007
23J417Hardness Tests and Hardness Number Conversions2018-01
24AS3062Bolts, Screws, and Studs, Screw Thread RequirementsRev.D
25AMS2469Hard Anodic Coating on Aluminum and Aluminum AlloysRev.J
26ASTM F519Standard Test Method for Mechanical Hydrogen Embrittlement Evaluation of Plating/ Coating Processes and Service Environments2018

RAW-MATERIAL MACHINING CAPABILITY

HIGH- TEMPERATURE MATERIALS

# ALLOY UNS NUMBER
1A-286S66286
2 Alloy 713LC (C) N07713
3AstroloyN13017
4Cast Alloy 625N26625
5D-979N09979
6Hastelloy SN06635
7Hastelloy XN06002
8Haynes 188R30188
9Haynes 214N07214
10Haynes 230N06230
11Haynes 242N10242
12Haynes 556R30556
13Haynes HR-120N08120
14Haynes HR-160N12160
15IN-100N13100
16IN-102N06102
17lncoloy 800N08800
18lncoloy 800HN08810
19lncoloy 800HTN08811
20Incoloy 801N08801
21Incoloy 802N08802
22Incoloy 803S35045
23Incoloy 903N19903
24lncoloy 907N19907
25lncoloy 909N19909
26lnconel 600N06600
27Inconel 601N06601
28Inconel 617N06617
29lnconel 625N06625
30Ilnconel 690N06690
31Inconel 706N09706
32lnconel 718N07718
33Inconel MA754N07754
34lnconel X750N07750
35L-605R30605
36M 252N07252
37MP35NR30035
38MP159R30159
39IN-155R30155
40Nimocast 75N06075
41Nimonic 75N06075
42Nimonic 80AN07080
43Nimonic 90N07090
44Nimonic 901N09901
45René 41N07041
46Udimet 500N07500
47UltimetR31233
48WaspaloyN07001
48X-40R30031

TITANIUM ALLOYS

# ALLOY ATTRIBUTES/APPLICATIONS
1Ti6Al4VWorkhorse, general purpose high strength alloy
2Ti6Al2Sn4Zr2Mo (6-2-4-2)Creep and oxidation resistant engine alloy
3Ti6Al2Sn4Zr6Mo (6-2-4-6)Creep and oxidation resistant engine alloy
4Ti3Al8V6Cr4Zr4Mo (Beta C)Beta alloy with established spring applications
5Ti10V2Fe3Al (10-2-3)Beta forging alloy used for the landing gear
6Ti15V3Cr3Sn3Al (15-3-3-3)High strength heat treatable beta sheet alloy
7Ti3Al2.5VMedium strength alloy used for hydraulic tubing
8Ti4Al4Mo2Sn (550)Higher strength heat treatable airframe and engine alloy
9Ti5.5Al3.5Sn3Zr1Nb (829)Advanced engine alloy, creep and oxidation resistant
10Ti5.8Al4Sn3.5Zr0.7Nb (834)Advanced engine alloy, creep and oxidation resistant
11Ti5Al2Sn4Mo2Zr4Cr (Ti17)Advanced engine alloy, creep and oxidation resistant
12Ti15Mo3Nb3Al0.2Si (21S)Oxidation and corrosion resistant beta sheet alloy
13Ti2CuHeat treatable sheet alloy
14Ti4Al4Mo4Sno.5Si (551)High strength airframe alloy, very limited availability
15Ti8Al1Mo1VEarly alloy now mainly used for spares and replacements
16Ti-6-6-2High strength alloy with specific earlier applications
17Ti11Sn5Zr2.5Al1Mo0.2Si (679)Earlier engine alloy rarely specified in new programmes
18Ti6Al5Zr0.5MoO.25Si (685)Engine alloy now mainly for spares and replacements
19Ti4.5Al4Mo4Sn0.5Si (SP 700)Competitor for Ti6Al4V for SPF and general use

STEEL ALLOYS

# DESIGNATION COMMERCIAL NAME TYPICAL COMPOSITION AEROSPACE APPLICATION
1Ultra-high Strength Steels4340Fe- 0.35C-0.7Mn-0.3Si-0.8Cr- 1.8Ni-0.25Mo-Landing gear, fasteners
2Ultra-high Strength SteelsD6-ACFe-0.45C-0.75Mn-0.25Si-1.1Cr- 0.6Ni-1.0Mo-0.08VMotor cases for solid fuel rockets
3Ultra-high Strength Steels300MFe-0.43C-0.8Mn-1.6Si-0.8Cr- 1.8Ni-0.4Mo-0.05VFasteners, landing gear, airframe parts
4High Fracture Toughness SteelsHP 9-4-30Fe-0.30C-0.25Mn-0.2Si-1.0Cr- 7.5Ni-1.0Mo-0.1V-4.5CoAircraft structural components
5High Fracture Toughness SteelsAF1410Fe-0.15C-0.1Mn-0.1Si-2.0Cr- 10Ni-1.0Mo-14CoAircraft structural components
6Maraging Steels18Ni (250)Fe-18Ni-5Mo-8.5Co-0.4Ti-0.1AlAircraft structural parts, shafts, missile cases
7Austenitic Stainless Steels301, 302Fe-18Cr-8NiGeneral purpose corrosion and heat resistantsteel
8Austenitic Stainless Steels304, 304LFe-LowC-19Cr-10NiGeneral purpose corrosion resistant – betterthan 301
9Austenitic Stainless Steels316, 317Fe-18Cr-13Ni-MoTubing in propulsion systems
10Austenitic Stainless Steels321Fe-18Cr-10Ni-TiAircraft structural tubing
11Austenitic Stainless Steels347, 348Fe-18CR-10Ni-NbAircraft structural tubing
12Austenitic Stainless Steels21-6-9Fe-LowC-20Cr-6.5Ni-9Mn-0.28NAircraft hydraulic line tubing
13Martensitic Stainless Steels403, 410, 416Fe-LowC-12CrEngine parts
14Martensitic Stainless Steels440A, B, C, FFe-HighC-17Cr-0.5MoCryogenic bearings
15Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steels17-4PHFe-17Cr-4Ni4CuStructural parts requiring corrosion resistance
16Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steels17-7PHFe-17Cr-7Ni-1AlStructural parts requiring corrosion resistance
17Precipitation Hardening Stainless Steels15-5PHFe-15Cr-4.5Ni-0.3Cb-3.5CuStructural parts requiring corrosion resistance
18Precipitation Hardening Stainless SteelsCustom 455Fe-LowC-12Cr-8Ni-2Co-1Ti+CbStructural parts requiring corrosion resistance
19Nickel Chromium SteelsA-286Fe-25Ni-15Cr-2Ti-1.5Mn-1.3Mo- 0.3VPropulsion systems
20Nickel Chromium SteelsJBK-75Fe-30Ni-15Cr-2Ti-0.1Mn-1.3Mo- 0.3V-0.3AlPropulsion systems
21Nickel Chromium SteelsIncoloyFe-34Ni-20CrHot sections of engines

ALUMINUM ALLOYS

# GRADE TYPE TRAITS
1355.0CastVery hard. Good machinability and corrosion resistance
2A356.0CastGeneral purpose alloy. High strength and good castability. Great corrosion resistance
3A360CastHigh strength when treated. Average machinability, good corrosion resistance
42014WroughtEasily machinable in certain tempers. Among the strongest aluminium alloys. High hardness. Difficult to weld, as it’s subject tocracking. Commonly extruded and forged. Corrosion resistance is poor.
52024WroughtCopper used as the principal alloying element and can be strengthened significantly through solution heat-treating. Goodcombination of strength and toughness, but lower atmospheric corrosion resistance than many other aluminum alloys.
63003WroughtModerate strength and good workability. Manganese is the major alloying element
74047WroughtUnique; used as cladding or filler alloy. Filler strips can be combined to bond two metals.
85052WroughtModerate to high strength, as well as good weldability and resistance to corrosion in marine environments.
95059WroughtResistant to saltwater corrosion
105083WroughtHighest strength of non-heat-treated alloys. Good weldability and resistance to corrosion in marine environments.
115086WroughtResistant to saltwater corrosion
125754WroughtModerate to high strength, excellent weldability
136061WroughtHeat treatable, highly formable, weldable. Moderately high strength and highly corrosion-resistant. Contains silicon and magnesium
146063WroughtHeat treatable, with moderately high strength. Excellent corrosion resistance. Can be successfully extruded.
156111WroughtGood corrosion resistance and precipitation hardening
166351WroughtHeat treatable, highly formable, weldable. Moderately high strength and nice corrosion resistance
176951WroughtHeat treatable to provide additional strength
187050WroughtHeat-treatable, incredibly strong alloy. Zinc is primary alloying agent. Magnesium, copper, and chromium exist in small quantities.
197075WroughtHeat-treatable, incredibly strong alloy. Zinc is primary alloying agent. Magnesium, copper, and chromium exist in small quantities.
207475WroughtHeat-treatable, incredibly strong alloy. Zinc is primary alloying agent. Magnesium, copper, and chromium exist in small quantities.