Liquid Propulsion Engine Manufacturing

Liquid propulsion engine manufacturing involves the design, development, production and testing of engines that use liquid propellants like liquid hydrogen, liquid oxygen etc. This process typically includes precision machining, assembly of rocket engine components, quality testing and integration into larger rocket systems. Liquid propulsion engines are commonly used in various aerospace applications including satellites, space probes and launch vehicles due to their high performance and efficiency. The manufacturing process requires strict adherence to safety standards and rigorous quality control measures to ensure reliability and performance in the ever growing space industry.

Gas Turbines & Aero Engines Manufacturing

Gas turbine and aero engine manufacturing involves the design and production of high-performance propulsion systems for aircraft. The process begins with sophisticated computer-aided design (CAD) to create detailed engineering plans. The selection of robust materials, such as titanium alloys, is crucial for ensuring durability and performance under extreme conditions. Precision manufacturing techniques, including computer numerical control (CNC) machining, are employed to fabricate intricate engine components. Assembling these components requires meticulous attention to detail, and the final engines undergo comprehensive testing to validate their operational efficiency and safety. The manufacturing process adheres to rigorous quality control standards, and certifications from aviation regulatory bodies are obtained to meet industry safety requirements. The end products are delivered for aircraft integration, with ongoing maintenance and support services to ensure sustained reliability and performance throughout their operational life.

Machining of Aerospace materials like Aluminium alloys, SS varieties, Heat Resistant Nickel Alloys (Inconel, Nimonic etc), Cobalt Alloys, Titanium Alloys & Magnesium Alloys

Reverse Engineering and 3D Modelling