T&E Industries, Inc.

Phone: (973) 672-5454 Fax: (973) 672-0180

Quality Control and Research

Quality Control

     The key to high reliability is strict adherence to proven quality control procedures. T & E Industries maintains a comprehensive quality control program utilizing both conventional inspection techniques and statistical process controls, monitoring all phases of production starting from incoming materials inspection, continuing through in-process inspections and controls, and finishing with a thorough final quality assurance inspection.
     All procedures are designed to comply with the latest revisions of MIL-Q-9858, MIL-I-45208, and MIL-C-45622 with MIL-STD-105 and MIL-STD-414.
     100% inspection for critical criteria, including helium leak testing, is available upon request.

Vertical Integration

     Essential to our ability to provide our customers with the best possible products and prices, while offering perhaps the fastest delivery in the industry, is our capacity to product most raw material in-house. Our facilities include glass preform manufacturing, wire cutting and forming, extensive secondary operations, production welding and brazing, as well as a complete electroplating department.


     Our assembly department is organized into numerous specialized sections, each headed by a "Team Leader" with an average of 25 years experience.
     Each section is trained and equipped for the manufacture of a particular product line. So whether your order is for 100 platform packages or several million TO type packages, you can be assured your order will be processed as efficiently and economically as possible through the use of our unique "sectionalized" assembly department.

Research And Development

     Our extensive research in the field of protective furnace atmospheres has resulted in our ability to manufacture glass seals using many alloys previously thought to be unsuited to process.
     Some of the materials we can process include various 300 and 400 series Stainless Steels, Inconels, Molybdenum, Tantalum, and various thermocouple alloys.