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July 20, 2012

Successfully completes
AS9100 C audit

RdF Corporation announced that it successfully completed the recertification audit to AS9100 Revision C. On May 11, 2012, RdF received certification for design and manufacture of temperature sensors, etched foil products, and calibration services. AS9100C defines requirements of the Quality Management System for companies involved in Aviation, Aerospace and Defense.

As a leader in its field, creating temperature sensing solutions for critical applications in these industries, RdF has a long heritage of providing products that meet the highest quality, reliability and safety standards. RdF's quality system has always reflected this history, evolving from Mil-I-45208 and Mil-Q-9858 to ISO9001 and AS9100. Certification to AS9100C demonstrates the company's continued commitment to quality and dedication to improving process integrity.

"At RdF, Quality is a personal responsibility," says Naresh Puri, President & CEO. "We believe achieving certification to Rev C is representative of RdF's past, present and future promise of quality to our customers."

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June 17, 2003

“Skills cannot be duplicated”

Naresh Puri is committed to keeping RdF manufacturing jobs in New Hampshire.

Appearing on the news tonight in a story highlighting Governor Benson’s visit to RdF, Puri said “I've been in business long enough to learn that the skills that people have gotten over a long period of time cannot be duplicated.”

“A company like this depends on its employees. It's not easy to replace that kind of skill," Puri continued. "The company's foundation is that skill.”

RdF Corporation traces its origins back to 1939 and two early pioneers of the strain gage, Professors Arthur C. Ruge and Alfred V. deForest. In 1959 Arthur C. Ruge Associates, Inc. was renamed RdF Corporation and moved to Hudson, New Hampshire.

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June 17, 2003

NH Governor visits
RdF Corporation

The employees at RdF Corp warmly greeted New Hampshire Governor Craig Benson today as he arrived to present the company with a citation in appreciation of keeping the manufacturing facility in New Hampshire.

After issuing the citation, Benson was treated to a tour of the plant where he witnessed first hand some of the manufacturing processes taking place at RdF.

“We understand the importance of your business”, he told employees. “And the state of New Hampshire will help you any way we can.”

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May, 2003

“Time to learn your RTDs”

Sooner or later you’re going to need a resistance temperature detector. When you go shopping for one, you’ll be glad you read this article.
— Randal A. Gauthier, RdF Corp.

SENSOR MAGAZINE has published Randy Gauthier’s new article “Time to learn your RTDs” in its May 2003 issue. You can read it at SENSORS ONLINE.


May, 2003

Design News®, May 2003


“miniature temperature sensors”

RdF Miniature RTD Capsules in diameters from 0.066 to 0.086",
offer fast response time, a wide
temperature range, accuracy & stability.

Temperature Sensors for OEMs


May, 2003

Machine Design®, May 2003

RdF 2003 Ad Series

“surface temperature sensors”

The RdF Strap-on® surface temperature sensor, with non-invasive surface mount, supports a wide temperature range and is very easy to install. Availabe in both thermocouple and RTD configurations.

Temperature Sensors for OEMs

March, 2003

RdF's “March mailer”


(for more information see this month's SEE WHAT'S NEW page)

RdF Direct Mail Postcard March


February, 2003

Machine Design®


First in a series of new advertisements, RdF Corporation published this ad in the February 2003 issue of Machine Design.

“temperature sensors for OEMs”

• RTDs, thermocouples, heat flux & heaters
• surface, immersion & insertion
• high speed, high accuracy
• rugged & stable
• custom OEM configurations

for technical notes and product catalog
please visit our website:

Temperature Sensors for OEMs

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