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Top suppliers

These are the suppliers who are linked to most aircraft programs in our database.

Solar Atmospheres of Western PA Inc. (1 aircraft)
Solar Atmospheres Inc. (1)

Directory of suppliers

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Heat Treatment (103) Stress Relieving (25)

Latest press releases

Issued by Heat Treatment sector companies.

31/10/2017:  Solar Atmospheres thermally treats first FAA certified Ti-6Al-4V structural AM aviation components
23/10/2017:  Solar Atmospheres Greenville, South Carolina facility, Boeing Scope of Approval expanded
03/10/2017:  Kanfit receives additional Nadcap accreditation for composites
20/06/2017:  Solar Atmospheres of Western PA adds a new climate controlled room
30/05/2017:  Solar Atmospheres of Western PA receives Nadcap 24-month merit status
16/03/2017:  Bodycote Greenville site achieves aerospace accreditation
07/02/2017:  Ultra clean vacuum furnace commissioned at Solar Atmospheres of Western PA
01/02/2017:  Solar Atmospheres Greenville facility is now Boeing approved
30/01/2017:  Aerospace vacuum brazing specialist achieves Rolls Royce approval
25/01/2017:  EMS now offers heat treatment and vacuum brazing services to the aerospace industry based on a successful Nadcap accreditation

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Latest journal reports

These journal reports feature companies active in the Heat Treatment sector.

04/02/2008:  Manufacturing begins on replacing Pakistan's military fleet
13/11/2007:  Marshall and CAV extend stringer contract
06/03/2007:  New fluid cell tooling designs bring change to the economics of aerospace sheet metal parts production
01/11/2006:  Airbus ready to set up A320 assembly line in China
06/10/2006:  Brookhouse and Aerosud set up composites technology joint venture

 

Supply chain

Suppliers to Heat Treatment companies: Chemicals (53) Non-metal Materials (108) Coatings (178) Production Equipment (283) Surface Treatment (223) Metals (277) Non-Destructive Testing (199) Metal Processes (201) Tooling (215) Test Services (306) Test Equipment (432) Computer-Aided Testing (80) Handling Equipment (77) Lubricants (55) Security (3) Technical Consultants (202) Marketing (61) Professional Services (237) Facilities Services (12) Buildings (2) Trade Organisations (45)
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Enhanced listings:


Airmo Inc. Pressure Technologies
Airmo manufactures systems and tools for hydrostatic testing, end forming, tube expansion, and high-pressure accessories to 60,000psi (4,137bar).

Capacitec
Capacitec Gapman Gen3 portable “electronic feeler gauge” measures very small gaps (200 microns) in airframe parts assembly

General Plastics Manufacturing Co.
GP has been supplying OEMs, Tier 1 & 2 companies with flame-retardant foam core materials and custom flexible foam molded parts for aircraft flight decks and interior cabins for over 50 years.

MW Industries, Inc
Design and manufacture springs, fasteners and related products for aerospace including: engine components, flight controls, propulsion, landing gear, interiors and avionics.

Fine Tubes
Manufacturer of precision tubes in high strength titanium, stainless steel and nickel alloys, seamless, welded or welded & redrawn

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