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This page draws together highlights and links to all kinds of information related to our sector: Chemicals

Top suppliers

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

Dysol, Inc. dba Socomore (16 aircraft)
Argosy International Inc. (1)

Directory of suppliers

The number after each of these 15 Chemicals sub-categories shows how many relevant suppliers are in our directory. Click on the sub-category name to see them listed.

Anti-Icing Chemicals (3)
Chemicals (25)
Chlorinated Solvents (2)
Coolants & Refrigerants (3)
Degreasing Chemicals (11)
Liquid Oxygen
Mould Release Agents (9)
Moulding Compounds (1)
Paint Solvents (9)
Potting Compounds (8)
Solvents (5)
Thinners (5)
Thread Locking Compounds (11)
Ultrasonic Cleaning Fluids (5)
Water Treatment Chemicals (4)

Latest press releases

Issued by Chemicals sector companies.

12/04/2016:  Argosy opens new facility to expand aerospace material manufacturing
09/03/2016:  Milacron's CIMCOOL fluids approved for use by Pratt & Whitney
23/02/2015:  Latest aerospace coolant is boron- and formaldehyde-free
  Two component flame retardant epoxy developed for aerospace industry
09/01/2015:  Two part, room temperature curing epoxy features ultra low coefficient of thermal expansion
17/11/2014:  NASA low outgassing approved, one component epoxy features a glass transition temperature of 225°C
06/10/2014:  One part epoxy resists up to 500°F and meets NASA low outgassing specifications
04/08/2014:  One component, snap cure epoxy features high strength properties
23/06/2014:  Low viscosity, two component epoxy is optically clear with non-yellowing properties
02/06/2014:  Socomore launches a new hexavalent chrome free process for conversion and sealing after anodizing

See the full news archive for the Chemicals sector.


Latest journal reports

These journal reports feature companies active in the Chemicals sector.

08/06/2007:  Window mask innovation could cut aircraft production costs
01/11/2006:  International team designs lightweight composite fuel tank access cover


Supply chain

Suppliers to Chemicals companies: Test Services (222) Test Equipment (412) Computer-Aided Testing (69) Coatings (152) Plastics (70) Production Equipment (255) Production Control (47) Adhesives (85) Lubricants (48) Handling Equipment (75) Security (3) Technical Consultants (166) Marketing (63) Professional Services (209) Facilities Services (11) Buildings (2) Trade Organisations (42) Personnel & Training (120)
Customers of Chemicals companies: Plastics (70) Coatings (152) Airframer (642) Processes (73) Heat Treatment (86) Non-metal Materials (92) Surface Treatment (182) Metal Processes (148) Plastic Processes (5) Lubricants (48) Environmental Systems (145) Composites (304) Airframe Assemblies (303) Adhesives (85) Production Equipment (255) Inspection Equipment (130) Fuel Systems (136) Engines (146) Structural Components (526)


Enhanced listings:

Valence Surface Technologies
The leading metal processing company serving the global aerospace industry. Valence’s ten facilities offer full-service capabilities: NDT, shot peen, chemical processing, paint, and other coatings.

General Plastics Manufacturing Co.
General Plastics has been supplying OEMs, Tier 1 and Tier 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.

Victrex Plc
New VICTREX® AE250 composites and hybrid molding technology are changing the equation in Aerospace composites – find out more!

Samuel, Son & Co.
Looking for a quality metals supplier? Samuel can provide Aircraft Quality metals that meet Commercial and Military specifications

Dexmet Corporation
Dexmet MicroGrid® an innovative product line that help improve the composite aircraft withstand the rigors of a lightning strike

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