The following terms and conditions (quality requirements) applicable to every purchase order issued by DEKING Screw Products, Inc. (DEKING), unless otherwise stated in writing, and shall remain in effect without expiration.  Additional conditions may apply in accordance with our customers’ requirements as stated on the actual purchase order.  Should you have any concerns or require clarification regarding the following, please do not hesitate to contact us directly.

  1. RIGHT OF ENTRY – You are required to allow V&M, and/or our customers and/or regulatory authorities access to the applicable areas of all facilities, at any level of your supply chain involved in order and to all applicable records.
  2. REVISION LEVEL – All processing/service associated with DEKING purchase orders must be performed in accordance with the latest specification revision and identified on accompanying documents, unless otherwise specifically requested.
  3. NONCONFORMING PRODUCT – You are required to notify DEKING of any nonconforming product as result of your process/service. Nonconforming product must not be further processed without written authorization.
    • Immediate notification must be made in writing of any process or product discrepancy discovered after delivery must be made in writing to prevent further processing and/or delivery of nonconforming product.
  4. DISCREPANCIES – You are required to notify DEKING when there is a discrepancy in piece count or other purchase order detail. Do not make assumptions.
  5. PROCESS CHANGES – You are required to notify DEKING of changes in product and/or process, changes of supplier, changes of manufacturing facility location and, where required, obtain DEKING approval prior to actions.
  6. SUB-TIER CONTROLS – You are required to flow down all applicable purchase order requirements, including DEKING customer requirements, to your sub-tier suppliers when applicable. DEKING must have previous knowledge and approval of all (sub-tier) suppliers used for our product.
  7. DOCUMENTATION – You are required to provide documented proof of processing (process certification, mill report, physical and/or chemical test result, etc.) traceable to purchase order details with each and every shipment/order.
  8. TRACEABILITY – Certificates of Conformance or Process Certifications must identify the Part Number, Revision or Issue, Purchase Order Number, Quantity, Serial Numbers (if applicable), DEKING Lot Number, all relevant Specifications with Revisions and Material Heat Number when known, and identify the name, title, date and signature of the issuer.
  9. RECORDS – You are required to retain process and production records, certifications and test reports for a minimum of 10 years. After that time, you may dispose of the records in any manner you choose.  The same requirement applies to copies of Certificates of Compliance, etc. forwarded with shipments.  These records must be maintained to protect from deterioration and damage and made available for review by request of DEKING, our customers and regulatory authorities in accordance with contract or regulatory requirements. Reference Note 01.
  10. HANDLING – Product must be handled, stored and packaged to prevent damage or deterioration product appropriate to the current state of manufacture.
  11. CALIBRATION SOURCES – You are required to comply with the requirements of ISO 17025 or equivalent. All certificate(s) of calibration must reflect compliance.
  12. FOREIGN MATERIAL SOURCES – Raw material may only be procured from sources inside the USA or Canada and/or countries listed on the Bilateral Airworthiness Agreement (BAA) and/or DFAR 252.225-7014(-) requirements.
  13. For APPROVED PROCESS SUPPLIERS – You have delegated process and inspection authority to ensure all applicable process and material specifications are met and documented accordingly. You are further required, upon request, to demonstrate and provide evidence of your processes to planned results and establish arrangements for the processes including:
    • Defined criteria for review and approval of the processes (qualification and approval of special processes prior to use)
    • Approval of equipment and qualification of personnel
    • Use of specific methods and procedures (control of the significant operations and parameters of special processes in accordance with documented process specifications and changes thereto)
    • Requirement for records
    • Revalidation
  14. QMS REQUIREMENT – You must meet the minimum quality management controls for the product or service provided and associated risk:
    • Special Processors: NADCAP, QMS review, and/or (our) Customer Approval
    • Material Suppliers: ISO9001 and/or BAA and/or (our) Customer Approval
    • Machining Suppliers: DEKING QMS review (preferred ISO, may be 100% Inspection)
  15. DPAS Defense Priority – When imposed by our customer, the DPAS Defense Priorities Allocation Rating System must also be executed by you and your sub tiers.