The Importance of Quality


At Silver State, quality assurance means an effective quality management system. Although many small businesses may not have large resources available to put into quality management, it can still be done effectively. Effective Quality Management Systems are very tedious but important process, which allows the company to continually increase the quality and value of products and services. They work to enhance the experience of your customers, which, for a small business, is essential when it comes to ensuring customer relationships.

Any small business must do all they can to keep up with their larger competitors. Small businesses must be driven towards good business results in the broadest sense to have any advantage. In general, when businesses think about business results, they tend to focus solely on financial results. For example, solvency, revenues, and profits. However, in order to achieve more sustainable financial results the business should not forget the fact that the quality of services or products they sell to their clients are what actually yields the results, and the relationship. This is why Silver State focuses its attention on the quality of what we deliver, to ensure that we go on to deliver quality products and services to our customers, always continuing to grow our relationship.


  • Quality System Certified to: AS9100 D and ISO 9001:2015 
  • Cut and Strip (Per IPC / WHMA-A-620 and J-STD-001)
  • Tin dipping (Per IPC / WHMA-A-620 and J-STD-001)
  • Soldering (Per IPC / WHMA-A-620 and J-STD-001)
  • Etching (Per ARP6167)
  • Crimping (Per IPC / WHMA-A-620 and J-STD-001)
  • Cable Assembly and Wiring Harness build  (Per IPC / WHMA-A-620 and J-STD-001)
  • MIL-STD-202 Test Methods Electronic Components 
  • ANSI/NCSL Z540.1 (formerly MIL-STD-45662)
  • MIL-STD-130 Identification Marking of U.S. Military Property
  • MIL-STD-129 Marking for Shipping and Storage
  • ARP6400 Recommended Practice for Processing and Handling Wire and Cable with Silver Plated Conductors and Shields
  • MIL-HDBK-454C General guidlines for Electronic equipment