Original Date: 06/29/1989
Revision Date: 01/18/2007
Standard Industries manufactures electronic components for the aerospace industry, and provides design engineering and quality production of electromagnetics and power supply products. The business was established in 1953 and has grown to occupy an 80,000 square foot facility in LaMirada, employing approximately 65 people.
Standard Industries offers technical capabilities to a wide range of aerospace and industrial customers. These capabilities include design, development, qualification testing, and production of military power supplies, as well as electromagnetic interference filters and magnetic components such as transformers and coils. Manufacturing capabilities also incorporate metalforming, machining, and fabrication operations.
Components produced by Standard Industries are used in DoD programs such as Minuteman, Sidewinder, Sparrow, Phoenix, Chaparral, Trident, Peacekeeper, all nuclear attack submarines, the Joint Tactical Information Distribution System, and Hagar. Space programs include Gemini, Apollo, Viking, Voyager, and the shuttle, as well as the Space Telescope, Galileo, and Geo-Positioning Satellite System. The F-4, F111, F-15, B-1, and B-2 aircraft operate using Standard Industries components. The company is currently designing and qualifying parts for many advanced programs.
Standard Industries possesses a unique personality characterized by the company's involvement in acquiring and restoring classic railroad coaches. This enterprise which began as a personal interest has developed into an additional source of company revenue. This creative use of resources exemplifies the company's development of some impressive capabilities.
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