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Certification EN 9100

PRO-SYSTEMS SpA is announcing that its Division for the production of fabrics for advanced composites with carbon and other fibres, has been recently certified EN 9100 (Quality Management System for Aviation, Space and Defence).
This certification released from TÜV Italia joins the certification ISO 9001, obtained in 2003 and just renewed from the same Certification Body.
Commenting on the announcement, Dr Adalberto Montagna, President and CEO, stated “This recent certification of EN 9100 for aeronautic applications represents a new milestone in the growth of the Company.
We have made during these years significant improvements in our manufacturing capabilities and even thanks to the professionalism of our Team and our continuous strong engagement, we reached this important step which will open new prospects for our Division for composite applications.
Pro-Systems with its Division Protection, is moreover continuing to be focused and to grow as worldwide key supplier of fabrics and systems for ballistic and multi hits protection, offering to all Customers the most advanced and lightest solutions for Army and Law Enforcement, through its facilities in Italy and even through the US Company Pro-Systems USA LLC active since 2015.

PARAX 2000

During the next fair MILIPOL, which will take place in Paris from 17th to 20th November 2015, Pro-Systems will introduce the new product PARAX® 2000 for stab protection, which thanks to the production in rolls and to the high performances level, will offer to anti stab and multi hit vests’ producers, a valid and technologically advanced solution.

PARAX® 2000 completes the anti-stab, anti-spike and multi-threat products’ line of Pro-Systems, which confirms its leadership concerning special products for ballistic and anti-stab protection.

SPEED CHALLENGE POLICUMBENT PROJECT

Pro-Systems has participated to the realization of the project POLICUMBENT, supplying composite materials for the construction of the prototype Pulsar, human propulsion vehicle, which established the Italian speed record with Andrea Gallo, of 116,19 km/h during the SPEED CHALLENGE World Human Powered.

To discover more, it is possible to view the link www.policumbent.it

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