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Vac Aero International
1371 Speers Rd
Oakville
Ontario
L6L 2X5
Canada
[t] (905) 827-4171
[f] (905) 827-0868
Vac Aero Expands into Poland
21 April, 2008
In the last 15 years Poland has seen considerable direct investment by American, Canadian, and Western European aerospace companies. During the pre-1990 Soviet years, Poland was one of the main centers of Soviet Bloc aerospace activity.
VAC AERO Leads the Industry in the Vacuum Oil Quenching of Landing Gears
21 April, 2008
As a world leader in vacuum oil quenching of large aerospace components, VAC AERO is preparing for increases in commercial aircraft production that are forecast over the next few years. Despite the fact that production for portions of these programs continues to move offshore, VAC AERO expects to be installing additional vacuum oil quench capacity to support forecast increases in demand in North America. Indeed, some of the new large aircraft programs will require some of the biggest vacuum oil quench furnaces ever constructed by VAC AERO.
VAC AERO Brazes Aluminum for Airborne Electronics
03 February, 2008
When joining aluminum for aerospace electronics, brazing often is the most practical choice for creating a continuous all-metal joint interface. Because of its light weight and excellent thermal conductivity, aluminum often is the material of choice for assemblies that house or cool airborne electronics. These complex assemblies often are manufactured from numerous individual components that must be joined.
Vac Aero - New Website
29 October, 2007
VAC AERO has launched a new informational website and monthly newsletter to promote its furnace products and metallurgical services and to provide metallurgists with pertinent information relevant to their needs. 'Heat treating and surface engineering is a complex subject so our aim is to deliver as much easy to find and easy to understand information as possible,' says Alan Charky, marketing and communications director at VAC AERO International.
Vac Aero - Aircraft Landing Gear Component Treatments
29 October, 2007
VAC AERO's heat treating operation in Oakville, Ontario continues to maintain its position as a world leader in the processing of aircraft landing gear components. VAC AERO is now heat treating critical landing gear components for many large commercial aircraft programs including Boeing 777, 777LR, 747-800 and Airbus A380 (commercial and freighter versions). New contracts for processing Boeing 787 and Airbus A320 landing gear components will be underway this year.
 
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