The aerospace industry is extremely demanding, constantly requiring advanced technology, performance, materials and special solutions. When it comes to aircraft interior design, features like light weight, high load capacity, compact size, strength and easy assembly must be combined with a high degree of comfort, ergonomics and long lifespan. For external applications, aircraft components also need to be strong and able to handle heavy loads, without compromising on quality of motion over time and requiring less maintenance.
The aerospace industry is an amazing one. As a whole, it is comprised of companies producing military aircraft, commercial aircraft, guided missiles, space vehicles, aircraft engines, aircraft overhaul, rebuilding, and conversion.
Much of the success of these air-bound vehicles rests on something that is typically invisible – high temperature specialty metals. These metals include alloys like L-605 Cobalt, Nickel, Cobalt, Titanium, Stainless Steel, Plate and Near-Net shapes.
Reducing the weight of aircraft components means cutting fuel costs and installing a low maintenance product means reducing aircraft down-times caused by maintenance.
Manufacturers of aerospace components must therefore focus on strength, high load capacity, compact size and, above all, weight. In addition, quiet, smoothness and good ergonomics are key features in all aircraft interior design applications.
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