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Integran Technologies USA - microstructural-optimization process applicable to jet engine components.


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Integran Technologies
: 27 February, 2008  (New Product)
Integran Technologies USA a supplier of nanotechnology-enabled metallurgical products and processes, has announced that it has been awarded a Phase I SBIR contract by the US Air Force (Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, OH) for the development of a novel selective surface alloying and microstructural-optimization process applicable to jet engine components.


“The successful development and optimization of this selected area material optimization process, which is intended to be applicable to finished and semi-finished jet engine components, is expected to provide significant cost savings in high performance component manufacturing and repair & overhaul relative to alternative bulk alloying and processing methods” said Dr. Virgil Provenzano, a Senior Scientist with Integran.

The US Air Force SBIR Program (Small Business Innovation Research) provides early-stage research & development funding directly to small US-based technology companies.
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