Third Party Certification


Issued by


EN 9100: 2018


EN 9100: 2018


NADCAP Composites    

  • Core Processing 
  • Metal Bond 
  • Prepreg/Adhesive Bonding/Resin Film Infusion 
  • NC Machining / Trimming / Drilling


NADCAP Chemical Processing                          

  •  Painting Dry Film Coatings and Sol Gel as a Preparation for Paint
  • Solution Analysis and Testing 


Impresa di Produzione POA N° IT.21.G.0040

Rating: C2
Abilitazione: Parts
Prodotti/Categorie: Interiors Components Not Primary Structural Components Aircraft Seat Parts


Impresa di Manutenzione MOA N° IT.145.0319

Rating: C6
Abilitazione: Refurbishment and repair of interiors


Ongoing Reaseach Calls

LEM: LowEnergyManufacturingion

Development of a forming technology with reduced energy consumption for the production of aeronautical parts.                                                                                                        Scope of financing: Public Notice “Competitive Repositioning RSI” – Regional Program ERDF Lazio 2021-2027

  • Financing body: Lazioinnova – Regione Lazio
  • Grant application: n. A0613-2023-079106
  • Partner: University of Cassino and Southern Lazio
  • Department: Civil and Mechanical Engineering
  • Duration: 18 months from 21.11.2023
  • Project Value: €559,544.19
  • Total approved contribution: €339,992.32

In recent years there has been growing attention in optimizing industrial processes and reducing related energy consumption. In the case of manufacturing parts in thermosetting polymer composite material, current autoclave forming processes have enormous energy consumption. In fact, in the case of an autoclave, the energy is largely absorbed by its structure and dissipated into the environment. For example, a cure cycle for a panel smaller than 1 m2 at a temperature of 120°C for 1.5 hours would lead to an energy consumption of approximately 21 kWh, of which as much as 54% would be lost through conduction in the frame of the panel. autoclave, approximately 40% would be dispersed to the external environment, approximately 5% would be transferred to the air circulating in the autoclave and less than 2% would be used to care for the laminate. The objective of the LEM project is the development of an innovative forming process, with reduced energy consumption, for the realization of the polymerization cycle using press technology. The development of press production technologies presents direct advantages, linked to the reduction of the energy consumption of the process as an alternative to the current autoclave polymerization technology, but also indirect ones, thanks to the development of functional know-how for the creation of thermoplastic composites . In this way it will be possible to lay the technical/scientific foundations for the development of more flexible technologies capable of producing types with high production rates for the aeronautical/aerospace sector but also for sectors with a higher production rate such as land transport.

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