At Trans-Acc, our mission, vision, quality policy and objectives are displayed openly as a sign of our pride and commitment, and as a clear reminder of our focus and direction.

Trans-Acc’s quality assurance and inspection processes have been established to document, implement, maintain and improve the performance of our organization. Trans-Acc manages these processes in accordance with the requirements of ISO.

Quality Assurance Capabilities

  • ISO: 9001 Quality Management System Certified

Inspection Capabilities

  • MIL-DTL-53072 CARC Paint Process Inspection/Tests
  • MIL-DTL-5541 CARC Paint (Aluminum) Process Inspection/Tests
  • MIL-DTL-81706 CARC Paint (Aluminum) Process Inspection/Tests
  • TT-C-490 Clean, Pretreat, Zinc Phosphate Process Inspection/Tests
  • MIL-STD-130 ID Marking Inspection
  • And Others

Clean, Pretreat, Zinc, and CARC Paint Process Inspection and Tests

  • Water Break Testing
  • Solvent Wipe Testing
  • Visual Workmanship Inspection
  • ASTM D4414 Wet (Notch) Film Thickness Inspection
  • ASTM B244/499 Dry Film Coating Thickness Testing
  • ASTM D3359 Measuring Adhesion by Tape Test
  • ASTM B117 Salt Spray (Fog) Testing
  • ASTM D610 Evaluating Degree of Rusting and Painted Steel Surfaces
  • ASTM D4417 Blast Profile Test

Industry News

Noting advances in powder coating

Complete coverage of powder coating is always a worthwhile goal, both in terms of application and knowledge about the subject. More metal fabricators are finding themselves in a position where they are expected to take on responsibility for finishing metal parts. Either OEM customers want them to take on powder coating activities, or at the […]

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How To Better Control Powder Coating Film Thickness

Q: We struggle to avoid light coating in some areas of our parts. Our application is all manual so we have focused on working with operators to help them understand the critical areas and work harder at getting enough powder in the inside corners and tight spaces, but they still have some failures. We also […]

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New Paint Helps Protect Warfighters

You’ve probably seen plenty of Army vehicles on the road. They might be standard olive drab, or possibly a desert camouflage pattern. However they’re painted, the basic material for the coating is called CARC, Chemical Agent Resistant Coating. “Our Nato customers, our allies, they are all using this. This paint is in theater,” said Pam […]

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Military “STARs” Are Born With Paint Facilities

The Yermo Annex Marine Corps. Logistics Base in California and the Corpus Christi Army Depot Aviation Center in Texas have acquired new systems to help train and enhance employees’ painting abilities. The bases obtained a Spray Technique Analysis and Research for Defense (STAR4D) training program from the University of Northern Iowa, a virtual training that […]

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