Deltech Kiln and Furnace Design is now a member of ETEBA
Deltech Kiln and Furnace Design (DKFD) recently joined ETEBA: the Energy, Technology, and Environmental Business Association. The association is celebrating 30 years of “promoting positive connections between businesses and various branches of the federal government”, primarily focusing on “opportunities with the Department of Energy complex”.
ProcessQM recently completed development and training for forthcoming NQA-1 programs for both DKFD and its furnace manufacturing partner for projects serving the nuclear industry, Deltech Furnaces. Lena Isaacs, the ProcessQM president and a then board member of ETEBA, recommended attendance at a meeting in Albuquerque to learn about contracting opportunities on upcoming D.O.E. projects taking place at Sandia and Los Alamos National Labs. Doing so proved so fruitful that both DKFD and Deltech Furnaces immediately joined the organization and plan to send representatives to attend an upcoming meeting in Augusta Georgia to learn about operations at the Savannah River National Labs.
DKFD is currently involved in U.S. D.O.E. nuclear projects as a subcontractor, as is Deltech Furnaces. Deltech Furnaces just completed numerous projects for Sandia, Los Alamos, Pacific Northwest National Lab, and Lawrence Livermore, continuing a long history of service to these vital organizations.
DKFD expects the implementation of their NQA-1 program to be completed within the next six months, according to Owner/Manager J.J. Stevenson. Deltech Furnaces is on the same path, enabling the companies to be able to offer complete furnace design and build services under the quality and safety assurances provided by adherence to NQA-1 requirements.