JMK, Inc. Quality Clauses
The following list of clauses
A. Special instruction Welding: Welding inspection by a qualified CWI inspector is required. The units are to be delivered with a certificate of conformance signed by that inspector as indicated below:
A1. Aluminum Welds: A signed certification by a CWI inspector verifying that enclosure was
welded per the requirements of AWS D17.1, Class “B”, VT and PT per AWS D17.1,
Class “B”. This certification is by serialized units and each unit is to be certified.
A2. Steel Welds: A signed certification by a CWI inspector verifying that enclosure was
welded per the requirements of AWS D17.1, Class “C”, VT per AWS D17.1, Class “C”.
This certification is by
B. Source inspection: Source inspection by JMK quality assurance is required. JMK is to be notified when the parts are ready for source inspection.
C. Certificate of conformance: A signed certificate of conformance is required verifying that the parts built or supplied meet the requirements of the applicable JMK or supplier drawing.
D. Special processes: A signed certificate of conformance to the applicable specification is required for all plating, painting, soldering or other special processes as listed on the PO or specification.
E. Electrostatic Discharge: The supplier shall have an Electrostatic Discharge program that meets the requirements of MIL-STD-1686.
F. Calibration: The supplier shall maintain a calibration program that certifies that all test equipment used in
G. Foreign Objects: The Supplier shall have, in operation, a Foreign Object Program that assures JMK that there
H. Soldering: Soldering shall be performed in accordance with IPC/EIA –J STD-001, class 2. The supplier shall be able to provide objective evidence and certifications that the personnel working on the JMK product are certified to the required specification.
I. Cabling: All cables and wire harness assemblies shall meet the requirements of IPC 620. The supplier shall be able to provide objective evidence and certifications that the personnel working on the JMK product are certified to the required specification.
J. First Article inspection: A First Article Inspection (FAI) shall be performed on the first part or article representative of the production configuration. The inspection shall be in accordance with the most current version of AS9102. The forms used are to be the current revision of the AS9102 forms,
K. Quality system: The supplier shall maintain a Quality system based on MIL-I-45208A or in compliance with ISO 9001, SAE-AS9100 or other documented Quality system.
L. Government Source Inspection (GSI): This order is subject to (GSI) and or Customer Source Inspection (CSI). Access to the facilities and to all applicable records related to this order shall be provided. The supplier is responsible for coordinating the required inspection.
M. Material Certification: A signed Material certification is required for all raw material used
Conflict of Minerals Statement
JMK is working to become compliant with HR 4173 (the Dodd-Frank law), specifically with regard to section 1502 – Conflict Minerals. As you probably are aware, beginning May 31, 2014, many of our customers began reporting the use of minerals sourced in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) or an adjoining country. The minerals affected are gold, tin, tantalum, tungsten, and cobalt. Our products may contain small amounts of gold and tin.
The following are the steps being taken by JMK to determine the extent of gold or tin in our products, as well as the steps which JMK will use to eliminate the minerals from being procured from the above locations.
1. COMPANY OVERVIEW
JMK is a manufacturer of several electronic/electrical devices. The primary products are EMI/EMC power line filters. Secondary products are power supplies, audio amplifiers and power distribution control modules. JMK designs and manufactures these products in the United States and Mexico. JMK, Inc. was incorporated in 1975 in Amherst, New Hampshire. Our principal offices are located at 15 Caldwell Drive, Amherst, NH 03031. JMK sells products through distribution, independent representatives and direct OEM’s. JMK products are used in commercial, military, medical and almost any end products requiring compliance with various EMC control specifications.
2. CONFLICT MINERALS GUIDELINES
A. JMK does not directly purchase any tin, tantalum, tungsten or gold.
B. JMK has reviewed our suppliers and determined that at this time. There are 21 suppliers which may use those minerals in
C. JMK has requested copies of each supplier’s Conflict Minerals Statement. Upon receipt, each will be reviewed to assure no product is procured from the DRC; The Covered Countries or Conflict Region.
D. Any supplier that does procure minerals from those regions will be reviewed to determine if an alternate source is available. If not, JMK will discuss the issue with our customer to determine the possibility of using a substitute item.
E. Copies of the suppliers’ statements are available from JMK.
F. This report will be updated to include any new sources which may be required as new designs of JMK products are added.
G. It should be noted that the ultimate requirement for compliance remains with the provider of material being procured by JMK.