Materion’s SupremEX® Metal Matrix Composites Receive Two SAE-AMS Specifications
SupremEX MMCs offer a balanced combination of properties by combining ultrafine silicon carbide reinforcement with aerospace aluminum alloys. The composites offer benefits over conventional alloys because they provide the lightweight properties of aluminum with outstanding strength and stiffness. MMCs are ideal for aero-engine components and aircraft structures for commercial and military applications as well as satellite structures, optical systems and automotive pistons.
“We understand the importance of having AMS specifications for aerospace
applications and are proud to add our third and fourth for
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