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30 Mar 2021

Engineering capacity news posted by Andy Sandford

Wall Colmonoy Aerobraze will be promoting its OEM and Aftermarket products and services for the Aerospace & Aviation Industry at MRO Americas April 27-29, 2021 in Orlando, FL at booth 653.

Aerobraze specializes in the manufacture and repair of aerospace components like heat exchangers and oil coolers for commercial and military aircraft, Nicrocraft™ aircraft exhaust systems for general aviation, rotorcraft, and piston engines, turbine vanes, nozzles, blades, honeycomb brazing, engine compressor diffusers to make engines and parts last longer in service.  Components are produced through the processes of vacuum brazing, heat treatment, welding, thermal spraying and machining.

Aerobraze quality standards AS9100 Rev D, ISO 9001:2015, EASA.145.6085, AWS D17.1/D17.1M:2017 (Welding), Nadcap approvals in brazing, heat treat, welding, NDT, and chemical processing. FAA-Repair Station approval and both a FAA-DER & FAA-DMIR on staff.

Wall Colmonoy has a long and proud history within the aerospace industry. Through its Alloy Products division, Wall Colmonoy develops and manufactures Nicrobraz®, the leading nickel-based brazing filler metal. Nicrobraz® is used within the Aerospace industry for honeycomb and blade applications. Nicrobraz® is supplied as powder, paste, tape or foil. Colmonoy® surfacing products are used to coat metal parts to make them last longer and provided for methods of HVOF, PTA, Spray & Fuse, & Laser Cladding. All products adhere to ISO 9001 standards.

In addition to the development of Nicrobraz® brazing filler metal, Wall Colmonoy pioneered the very first heat exchanger overhaul procedure and developed high temperature furnace brazing, which is used extensively in OEM and aftermarket. Wall Colmonoy’s brazing and manufacturing expertise has resulted in increased efficiencies and significant cost savings in maintaining and extending the life of aircraft and engine parts.

www.wallcolmonoy.com/mro

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