Chromalloy, Honeywell forge agreements for engine systems and services

  • 25-Aug-2013 12:41 EDT

Chromalloy signed 10-year repair license and supplier agreements with Honeywell. The agreements cover aircraft engine components and engineering services for parts, and special coating processes. Chromalloy will repair and manufacture gas path components and provide thermal barrier coatings and other materials for aircraft engines. Under the repair license agreement, the company will perform repairs and provide material support for Honeywell and the engines and mechanical systems currently operated by its customers. Chromalloy's Palm Beach Gardens, FL, Engineering Center of Excellence also will provide metallurgical laboratory services, advanced component repair applications and manufacturing, as well as material design and advanced coating repair application.


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