IBC Advanced Alloys, a leading beryllium and copper advanced alloys company, is now supplying beryllium-aluminium (BeAl) alloy components under contract to L3Harris Technologies, for use in an undisclosed aerospace application.
IBC’s work in supplying BeAl components to L3Harris is in the early stages and the Company expects that it could lead to significant material amounts of sales of IBC products in the future.
IBC’s Engineered Materials Division produces custom-designed, investment cast beryllium-aluminium alloy components at its facility in Wilmington, Mass., for a variety of customers in the defence, aerospace and commercial sectors. IBC’s ability to manufacture near-net-shape BeAl products from its proprietary investment casting technology allows it to make these products faster, more efficiently, less expensively and with less produced waste. In national defence applications, this has helped to save U.S. tax dollars in the procurement of defence systems that require BeAl components.
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