We offer a complete product range of CARGO LOADING SYSTEMS, PRECISION MANUFACTURED GOODS, Assembled products, Barrier Nets and Sheet Metal Components
Global Aerospace Technology prides itself in designing, manufacturing, certifying, and delivering Cargo Loading Systems which meet our customers' most rigorous requirements. With over five decades of experience, Global Aerospace Technology has the in-house engineering expertise to custom design Cargo Loading Systems to meet the most demanding configuration. Global Aerospace Technology helps customers meet their mission requirements. Global Aerospace Technology manufactures Cargo Loading Systems andor components for the following aircraft:
Global Aerospace Technology has been a major source for Precision Manufactured Products for the AviationAerospace, Automotive, Medical, Industrial, and Electronics Industries for over five decades. Customers worldwide have come to depend on Global Aerospace Technology's manufacturing expertise to produce and supply high quality, reliable products. To insure our products continue to meet andor exceed customer requirements, Global Aerospace Technology has established an ongoing Continuous Improvement Program as well as Lean Manufacturing and SPC. We continuously analyze methods to: Streamline Long Lead Processes Reduce Lead Times Improve Productivity We do this so that we can quickly react andor respond to customers fluctuating production andor maintenance schedules.
Global Aerospace Technology is a manufacturer of components and assemblies that vary in detail and in complexity. As a result, the knowledge and skills of Global Aerospace Technology assembly personnel are challenged on a regular basis. This is evident in the quality of the final assemblies delivered regularly to our customers. This highly experienced assembly workforce primarily supports Global Aerospace Technology's products. This team can also readily be used in support of the assembly needs of our customers.
Global Aerospace Technology's highly skilled sheet metal mechanics have extensive experience in the forming of intricate sheet metal components. Our experienced personnel coupled with our sheet metal related equipment, enables Global Aerospace Technology to offer a wide range of sheet metal products, build to print products, as well as repair services in support of customer programs. For the last 50+ years, Global Aerospace Technology has designed and developed a wide range of sheet metal products in support of our own assemblies as well as in support of customer needs. Let our experienced work force help support your sheet metal requirements. We can build andor repair to your specifications. We will meet your delivery requirements. We also have an in-house Engineering group ready to assist andor find solutions to the toughest sheet metal requirements.
Wire rope consists of three basic components; while few in number, these vary in both complexity and configuration so as to produce ropes for specific purposes or characteristics. The three basic components of a standard wire rope design are: 1) wires that form the strand, 2) multi-wire strands laid helically around a core, and 3) the core. Wire, for rope, is made in several materials and types; these include steel, iron, stainless steel, monel and bronze. By far, the most widely used material is high-carbon steel. This is available in a variety of grades each of which has properties related to the basic curve for steel rope wire. Wire rope manufacturers select the wire type that is most appropriate for requirements of the finished product. Steel wire strengths are appropriate to the particular grade of the wire rope in which they are used. Grades of wire rope are referred to as traction steel (TS), mild plow steel (MPS), plow steel (PS), improved plow steel (IPS), and extra improved plow steel (EIP). (These steel grade names originated at the earliest stages of wire rope development and have been retained as references to the strength of a particular size and grade of rope.) The plow steel strength curve forms the basis for calculating the strength of all steel rope wires; the tensile strength (psi) of any steel wire grade is not constant – it varies with the diameter and is highest in the smallest wires.