These non-rotating critical components must operate in extremely high temperatures while maintaining their strength.
Precipitation-hardened, nickel-base alloy that offers exceptionally high yield, tensile and creep-rupture properties up to 1300°F (704°C)
Precipitation-hardening, nickel-base alloy with good strength and corrosion resistance with high creep resistance and grades for elevated temperature tensile strength
Low coefficient of thermal expansion over a broad temperature range
Customers require materials that can reliably withstand stresses induced under severe conditions. We offer a range of materials key to landing gear applications.
Modified 4340 steel for higher tempering temperatures possessing high hardenability and strength with good ductility and toughness in heavy sections
High hardness and strength combined with exceptional ductility, high fracture toughness, and exceptional stress corrosion cracking resistance in extreme temperatures
Ultra-high-strength steel with high toughness and resistance to stress corrosion cracking
Best-in-class high-strength stainless steel to withstand high torques in harsh environments for extended periods of time with superior corrosion resistance
Ultra-high-strength steel with good toughness and temperature resistance with the added benefit of atmospheric corrosion resistance
Fasteners add weight. On aircraft, the strength to weight ratio is critical. Meanwhile, quality is essential in no-fail situations that include temperature extremes, high pressures, stress and weight loads, and corrosion.
A fully heat treatable workhorse alloy performing at temperatures up to 650°F (350°C) offering strength with light weight and corrosion resistance
Provides greater processing efficiency compared to other materials, reducing scrap waste by 20% or more
A precipitation hardenable nickel-base alloy with exceptionally high yield, tensile, and creep-rupture properties at temperatures up to 1300°F (704°C) for fatigue resistance
High-performance materials enable the design of smaller, lightweight motors and lightweight instrumentation without compromising on performance. Our materials enable the most power-dense and smallest and lightest generators and APUs.
Highest magnetic saturation with low coercivity and the lowest losses with mechanical properties that help optimize power dense motors and generators
Highest magnetic induction and low losses with mechanical properties that can work to meet both stator and rotor application needs
Highest magnetic saturation with high yield strength, moderate core loss, and mechanical properties that help optimize power-dense motors
Combination of high magnetic induction and low losses for higher continuous power with low cobalt composition and low coercivity
Partner with us for next-generation components created in our production facilities with powder lifecycle management and risk mitigation. Our end-to-end expertise in additive manufacturing enables us to consult at any stage in the process, adding value to your current additive manufacturing processes.
A fully heat treatable workhorse alloy performing at temperatures up to 650F° (350°C) offering strength with light weight and corrosion resistance
Ti64 Grade 23+ combines controlled powder chemistry with lower oxygen content and optimized print parameters to provide 15-20% improvement in mechanical properties
Customers call on us when they need to rethink the boundaries of specialty alloys or how our existing top-performance materials can solve new design challenges. We foster long-term relationships to support risk-adverse innovation and explore advanced product applications together.
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