Special stainless steel has stability at high temperatures, high creep strength, good fatigue characteristics, and slow crack growth.
You can see stainless steel on jet engine parts, structures, and many other aerospace components. We provide various grades, product forms and surfaces, and processing conditions.
All products are produced in accordance with the most stringent aviation industry requirements. Our machining service centers in major markets can perform a variety of finishing operations to help customers obtain any desired form and delivery status
You can see the ultra-high-strength stainless steel Nitinol on the body. These materials have ultra-high physical properties and a very low expansion coefficient, which meet the specific requirements of the mold used to realize the CFRP parts, making the aircraft very strong
High-strength alloy stainless steel has the characteristics of lightness and strength at the same time, allowing it to remain stable under high loads and not easy to fatigue
Our supply of titanium and high temperature nickel alloys produced by Outokumpu VDM is also an important success factor for the international aviation industry. Many of these alloys were developed to meet the needs of major companies in the industry.
The medium that aerospace materials contact is aircraft fuel (such as gasoline, kerosene), rocket propellant (such as concentrated nitric acid, dinitrogen tetroxide, hydrazine), various lubricants, hydraulic oil, etc. Most of them have a strong corrosive effect or swelling effect on metal and non-metal materials, and stainless steel can ensure the stable bearing of these fuels and will not leak