Solar Atmospheres of California adds Sikorsky approval
Solar Atmospheres of California has been awarded the approval to process parts for Lockheed Martin (LMCO) company Sikorsky. The Sikorsky approval adds to the existing LMCO process specifications held for vacuum heat treatment of titanium, nickel alloys, and stainless steel per AMS 2801, AMS 2774, AMS 2759/3, and various other specs.
Frank Trujillo, director of sales for Solar Atmospheres’ Fontana, California facility states, “We are proud and honored to once again provide our customers in the Western U.S. the best vacuum thermal process option for their flight-critical aerospace parts and assemblies. With our wide range of furnaces, we can process loads up to 50,000 lb and measuring up to 24ft in length, while reaching temperatures as high as 2,400°F. This translates into improved lead-times, greater efficiencies, and substantial cost savings for our customers.”]]>