We have decided to apply all of our accumulated know-how and expertise to the aerospace sector after 50 years of experience in the provision of fasteners in the Oil & Gas business.
Our knowledge in this field isn’t new; in fact, we’ve already worked with organizations like Leonardo S.p.a.

Incoloy – A286

This is an iron-based superalloy with an austenitic structure and high nickel and chromium content.
Incoloy is ideal for applications requiring high strength and corrosion resistance and lower stress applications at high temperatures.

Gas turbine

Turbine wheels, frames, casings, afterburner parts


Titanium is used in both military and commercial aircraft because of its superior strength-to-weight ratio, which allows them to be lighter and more fuel efficient without sacrificing safety and longevity.
Furthermore, engine and airframe parts that must withstand temperature swings ranging from subzero to 600°F make use of titanium’s high temperature strength performance.

Parts of a jet engine include the housing, fan blades, pumps, and screens.

Discs, blades, shafts, and casings for the front fan to the engine’s rear end

Landing equipment

Internal wing and propeller component

Inconel 718

High-temperature operation of aircraft engines improves energy efficiency and, as a result, fuel efficiency.
For the hot sections of turbo reactors, aerospace engineers rely on super alloys such as Inconel 718.
Inconel 718 is a precipitation-hardened alloy with a high yield strength and usability up to 1800°F.
Did you know that 50% of the Inconel 718 produced is used solely for the manufacture of aircraft engines in essential parts such as blades, sheets, and discs?
Find out more about Inconel Fasteners.

High pressure section of the compressor

Rocket engine components

Hot sections of turboreactors


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