|By PR Newswire||
|February 24, 2014 10:13 AM EST|
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla., Feb. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Chromalloy announced today that it has renewed a 10-year agreement with Solar Turbines Incorporated to provide component repairs and new production support for the manufacturer's leading power systems. Under the agreement Chromalloy will be the preferred supplier for a number of component repairs including turbine blades, nozzles and cases.
"This agreement brings the 20-year relationship between Chromalloy and Solar to the next level. We are now partnering with Solar on a broader range of products," said Carlo Luzzatto, President of Chromalloy. "With our technology capabilities Chromalloy now will support production of Solar's power systems, while we deliver world-class repair services."
Work will be performed at Chromalloy locations around the world.
Chromalloy is a leading supplier of technologically advanced repairs, coatings, investment castings, and services for turbine airfoils and other critical engine components. The company serves engine manufacturers and operators in commercial aerospace, defense, and the energy industry. Chromalloy facilities include operations, annexes and sales offices in 17 countries around the world.
More information is at www.chromalloy.com.
Chromalloy has evolved from a gas turbine parts repair business into an OEM supplier of production parts and advanced repairs and services for gas turbines used in aviation and land-based applications. Chromalloy serves the airline, military, marine and energy segments with a broad range of services at locations around the globe. Chromalloy is authorized by the FAA and EASA and many other NAAs, and is qualified under ISO and NADCAP. Chromalloy is a subsidiary of Sequa Corporation.
Sequa Corporation is a diversified industrial company with operations in the aerospace, energy and metal coatings industries. Sequa is a Carlyle Group company. For additional information, visit www.sequa.com.
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