Alloy Processing has been providing a vital service to the aerospace industry and to travelers worldwide for nearly 25 years; it completes metal finishing work on airplane components. Through its elaborate systems of inspecting, cleaning, coating, painting, and marking, the company detects and repairs surface fla… Read More
Alloy Processing has been providing a vital service to the aerospace industry and to travelers worldwide for nearly 25 years; it completes metal finishing work on airplane components. Through its elaborate systems of inspecting, cleaning, coating, painting, and marking, the company detects and repairs surface flaws and returns parts that stand up to wear and corrosion. The Alloy Processing nondestructive inspection and painting booths accommodate parts as large as 40 feet in length. The firm’s nearly 40,000-square-foot facility in Compton, California, also includes metal-finishing tanks up to 40 feet and one of the largest tanks to process titanium in the country.
The skilled engineering staff at Alloy Processing utilizes two CATIA (Computer Aided Three-dimensional Interactive Application) seats and one ENOVIA seat to engineer and process all model-based definition (MBD) parts. Due to its advanced engineering capabilities, the company specializes in complex masking requirements, living by the motto, “There are no problems, only solutions.” All employees at Alloy Processing, from office staff to plant workers to engineers and management, remain knowledgeable about the firm’s products and services, with office professionals trained to answer questions about service and billing and to identify potential problems before those problems delay paperwork. The firm offers competitive pricing and rapid turnarounds, picking up and delivering in Los Angeles and Orange Counties.
Alloy Processing’s solutions for metal processing create etched surfaces of fine satin, facilitating paint adhesion and extended bath/tank life. The high quality of its work can mean the difference between a part holding up or failing. The metal finishing leader maintains approval on numerous processes with more than a dozen major aerospace firms, including Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Boeing, and Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation. To keep up with industry advances, Alloy Processing holds memberships in such organizations as the Metal Finishing Association of Southern California. A community supporter as well, the company serves as a corporate sponsor of Newcomb Academy Foundation and it sponsors Los Alamitos Youth Pony Baseball. Read Less