Made with Xara Web Designer Located in Westbury, Long Island, New York, Servo Corporation of America is a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of components for satellite attitude determination, Earth resource monitoring, infrared detectors, and radio navigation systems for harbors and airports.  Our Address is: 123 Frost St., Westbury NY, 11590. Phone 516 938 9700, FAX 516 938 9644. Click here for a map and directions to Servo. Founded in 1946 Servo pioneered the use of infrared in thermal sensing applications ranging from military heat seeking missiles to scanners to detect overheated bearings in railroad train wheels.  Servo's corporate headquarters, engineering, marketing and manufacturing occupy a modern 25,000 square foot facility in Westbury, New York. It is an independent privately owned corporation, not controlled by a parent company. Servo qualifies as a small business under the present criteria of the United States Government. A wide variety of sophisticated technical disciplines are integrated within Servo to provide a broad spectrum of capabilities; including infrared, electro-optics, electromagnetics, computer programming and processing techniques, data displays, high speed electronics, microwaves, meteorology and materials science. Servo's infrared detector shop has 9,500 square feet of space and fully dedicated equipment necessary for all thin film, ceramic thick film, and wet chemistry processing of infrared detection cells, fabrication, testing, and environmental screening of infrared systems and special optics. Specialized equipment includes six vacuum evaporator stations, two sputtering stations, electron beam equipment, leak detectors, humidity chambers, three environmental chambers, spectrophotometers, a full range of electro-optic test equipment, four multi-spindle polishing machines, optical grinder, sand blasters, lens generators, glass cutting saws, milling machine, dicing saw, wire bonders (ball and wedge), can welder, dozens of specialized microscopes and a JEOL Scanning Electron Microscope. The Quality Program now in effect at Servo meets the basic requirements of ISO 9001. The quality inspection system is in accordance with MIL-I-45208A and is documented in the Servo Quality Assurance Policy Manual No. 1-3-00 and Quality Assurance Procedures Manual No. 2-3-00. An itinerant DCMAO/QAR is the US Government representative monitoring the quality control requirements for all our present major government contracts. The system has been surveyed to the requirements of MIL-I- 45208A by DCMAO, Garden City, New York and several major US Government prime contractors, including Hughes Space and Communications, Lockheed Martin, Northrop, and Loral Defense Systems Division. Servo Corporation of America - All rights reserved
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