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Bally Ribbon Mills is committed to producing products that meet all performance requirements and the highest in quality standards.

Bally Ribbon Mills’ Quality Management System (QMS) is certified to ISO 9001:2008 and AS 9100:2009 and ISO 13485. We also maintain compliance to additional industry specific standards such as TS 16949 in support of our customers.

Quality efforts include an emphasis on continuous improvement and defect prevention. Tools include but are not limited to Management and Feasibility Reviews, AS9102 First Articles, FMEA’s, Control Plans, IQ-OQ-PQ’s, Process/Product Validation, and Lean/Six Sigma.

Bally Ribbon Mills’ in-house Quality Assurance Laboratory operates twenty-four hours daily to assure conformance to specifications at every stage of production. Customers can be assured that all military (MIL-SPEC), aerospace, automotive, medical and customer-specific requirements will be met.

All products at Bally Ribbon Mills are produced in our U.S. based manufacturing facility. When Berry Amendment compliance is required we are able to provide 100% traceability of our goods and provide all appropriate supporting documentation.

UL Specifications for the Safety Industry are listed below. Click the links to go to the UL website and see Bally’s patterns.

CAN/CGSB-155.1-2001 Fire Fighters' Protective Clothing Certified for Canada - Component
NFPA 1977-2011 Protective Clothing and Equipment for Wildland Fire Fighting - Component
NFPA 1971-2013 Protective Ensembles for Proximity Fire Fighting - Component
NFPA 1971-2013 Protective Garments and Hoods for Structural Fire Fighting - Component

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