Prototron Circuits Achieves MIL-PRF-31032 Qualification


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Prototron Circuits has announced recently that the company’s Tucson facility has achieved their MIL-PRF-31032 qualification.

Dave Ryder, president, said, “This is a very big deal for our Tucson facility as they are getting more and more involved in high technology defense programs. Once again this is something that our customers wanted and we complied. Kim O’Neil and his team in Tucson did an excellent job in getting this done.”’ 

Kim O’Neil, General Manager of the Prototron Tucson facility, “This was a complete team effort, using our TRB system we were able to take a step-by-step approach towards making this accomplishment a reality. After many years of being MIL-PRF-55110 qualified we are extremely pleased to have made this next step to MIL-PRF 31032. We look forward to providing our customers with the properly qualified high technology printed circuits boards they require.” 

About Prototron

Celebrating its 30th year in business, Prototron Circuits is one of the industry leaders when it comes to High Technology Quick Turn Printed Circuits boards. Their continued outstanding performance (98%+ Quality and Delivery) has made them a true preferred source of all companies needing reliable QTA PCBs. Prototron Circuits is truly America’s board shop.

Prototron has facilities in Redmond, Washington and Tucson, Arizona.

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