Pro-Tech Expands Scope of Military Qualification MIL-PRF-31032


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Pro-Tech Interconnect Solutions has announced that the company has expanded the scope of its key military certification, MIL-PRF-31032/MIL-PRF-55110. The newest capabilities are the result of ongoing capital investment in leading edge technology as well as continuous advancements to our quality management and production capabilities. Several increased capabilities of note include maximum number of layers to 16, minimum mechanical hole size of .0059", aspect ratio of 15:1, and 5 mil laser vias with 1:1 ratio utilizing full via fill copper. 

About Pro-Tech Interconnect Solutions, LLC.

Pro-Tech is a Minnesota-based premier manufacturer of high-reliability printed circuit boards for the military, aerospace, medical, industrial, homeland security and avionics industries focusing on prototype to medium volumes including HDI quick turn and heavy copper demands.  Pro-Tech’s current certifications include ISO 9001:2008, AS9100C, ISO 13485:2003, MIL-PRF-31032 along with ITAR registration.

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