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  • What's in a Certification?

    Ever wonder exactly what ISO 9001 or 14001 means and how a company goes about acquiring that cert ...

  • Podcast: How to Sell

    International Sales Manager Joe Gonzalez goes over the characteristics of good and bad salesmen a ...

  • FAQ Podcast Series

    A group of Summit’s technical experts and engineers gathered and discussed some of the more fr ...

  • FAQ: Water In Oil

    Summit Industrial Products' Tim Taylor answers the FAQ: How does water get into oil? What are the ...

  • FAQ: Barrier Fluids

    Summit Industrial Products' Tim Taylor discusses Barrier Fluids and their specific purpose on a m ...

  • FAQ: Base Stocks

    Dan Myrick, Summit Industrial Products' executive vice president of operations and techn ...

  • FAQ: Petroleum Groups

    Summit Industrial Products market manager Tim Taylor works through the different petroleum groups ...

  • FAQ: Oil Color

    Dan Myrick, executive vice president of operations and technology at Summit Industrial Products, ...

  • FAQ: Particle Count

    When you submit your oil for analysis, part of the report includes a particle count index number. ...

  • FAQ: Synthetics

    Dan Myrick, executive vice president of operations and technology, explains the process of creati ...

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ISO 9001

Summit first received its ISO 9001 certification in January of 1996, demonstrating a commitment to quality assurance and performance monitoring. ISO 9001 certification is an international quality standard that addresses a comprehensive list of business elements, including management responsibility, order processing, purchasing, process control, traceability, handling of non-conforming product, and internal auditing. Our present ISO 9001 certification is proof of our continuing quality commitment to our customers.

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ISO 14001

Summit is committed to protecting the environment, the health and safety of our employees, customers and communities where we work and live. We recognize that through integrating sound environmental health, and safety management practices into all aspects of our business ... we can offer innovative products and services while conserving and enhancing resources for future generations.

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NSF ISO 21469

ISO 21469 specifies hygiene requirements for the formulation, manufacture, use and handling of lubricants, which may come into contact with products during manufacturing or processing. The international standard applies to lubricants intended for use in food production, as well as cosmetic, pharmaceutical and animal feed industries. NSF ISO 21469 Certification by an independent, third party provides Summit with a means to obtain international acceptance for their products. 

You can see a list of Summit’s ISO 21469 certified products by clicking here.