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Quality at Dayton T. Brown, Inc.

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DTB is ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100C registered — one of the measures we’ve taken to enhance our quality environment. See our ISO certificate.

Our 32-acre technical campus in New York maintains a large staff of on-site specialists — professional engineers, NARTE certified engineers and technicians, subject matter experts and others.

Quality Assured – Quality Standards

Dayton T. Brown Inc.’s quality standards objective is to provide quality products and services that meet or exceed the needs and expectations of our customers.

Our Quality Assurance Department maintains a fully documented Quality Assurance Management System that meets the applicable requirements of ISO 9001 and ISO/IEC 17025.

ISO Quality Management

ISO Certification

Dayton T. Brown, Inc.’s Quality Management System (QMS) has been established in compliance with the requirements of ISO 9001. Our Quality Assurance Department maintains a fully documented QMS, which meets the applicable requirements of ISO 9001:2008, AS9100C and ISO/IEC 17025. This system provides procedures for program planning, quality reviews, continuous improvement, root cause detection, corrective action and preventive action throughout all phases of programs managed at DTB.

The four levels of our QMS are: Quality Assurance Manual, Quality Procedures, Work Instructions, and Records and Forms. Quality Assurance ensures that project leaders provide clear, concise instructions to all personnel from initial review and acceptance of contractual agreements through the completion of programs.

Tests & Specifications
Medium Weight Hammer Shock MIL-S-901 Department of the Navy
Light Weight Hammer Shock MIL-S-901 Department of the Navy
FCC Facility ANSI Standard
Ballistics Testing NIJ Standard 0101.06


Technical Information Standards


A few of the standards DTB’s Technical Services Division follows  in the preparation of material.

S1000D FAA FAR PART 145 MIL-STD-1388 2A and 2B
XML / SGML ATA iSpec 2200 GEIA-STD-0007


A2LA Accreditations
  • American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA) accredited in vibration, electrical and mechanical, Certificate Nos. 0767.01, 0767.02, 0767.03
Quality Objectives
  • Provide deliverables that meet or exceed the needs and expectations of our customers – this simple-sounding phrase is the basis of our business – but there’s more to it. When we meet our customers’ requirements, we meet the most stringent requirements that governments, military services and industry could devise. We have the experience, resources and skills to not only satisfy these requirements, but to understand and to implement them on our clients’ behalf.
  • Continually improve our systems – we are our client’s intermediary between their objectives and the technological and specified requirements. One of our strengths is our day-to-day use of many varying technologies and systems. Our ‘over-exposure’ to changing techs and specs has contributed substantially to a fundamental understanding of these environments and the job-at-hand.
  • Continually improve our quality management system – we regularly review the processes and methodologies we employ to provide our services. Through regular performance analysis and customer feedback, we strive to uncover any opportunity to improve.