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Diamond Standard to Apply for CAPA Certification

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July 30, 2014—Diamond Standard, a collision industry parts manufacturer, announced recently it will apply for CAPA certification for its automobile bumper reinforcements.

"Structural parts is a serious category which requires the diligence of the manufacturer to make certain these parts are built to a standard and tested to the performance characteristics of the OE production or service part,” said Michael O'Neal, president of Diamond Standard.

The parts currently hold independent certification in both high-strength steel and high-strength 7000 alloy aluminum. The comparative Dynamic and Quasi Static testing versus OE parts was done by MGA Design Research.

Visit the Diamond Standard website for more information about its certifications.

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