Jaco Aerospace has been supplying a wide variety of Aircraft Metals to Aircraft Manufacturers and Maintenance and Repair facilities since 1971.
Jaco Aerospace provides every type of aircraft metals that you need, along with expert customer service and the quickest RFQ turnaround time in the industry. We offer products in a range of metals, including aluminum, steel, stainless steel metal, nickel, copper, titanium and brass. Order from our extensive stock of aircraft metals and you can choose same day shipping, to receive your product as early as tomorrow morning - no matter where you are located.
Some of the aircraft metals we provide include sheet, strip, rod, castings, cable, forgings, fasteners, rings, wire, honeycomb, extrusions and more. We stand behind each and every product we deliver, and will be happy to give you additional information on our aircraft metals to ensure that your operation runs smoothly and safely.
After looking at our website, if you can't find the type of aircraft metals you require, please don't hesitate to contact one of our sales representatives for additional help. Our expert staff members can help you locate the kind of aircraft metals you need, and we can ship it right to your doorstep. For more assistance, please call (626) 855-2870 today.
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Aircraft Metals used for Aerospace Manufacturing: Beginners Guide
Metals have been used in aircraft construction ever since the Wright Brothers made their first historic flight. They're a vital component in the manufacturing of all types of aircraft because of their ability to withstand the stresses of air flight.
So, what is metal? Most metals are elements. They're dense materials with a shiny, lustrous appearance, that conduct heat and electricity and have a high melting point. Examples of metals used in aircraft construction include aluminum, copper, iron, nickel, titanium, and zinc.
The Properties of Aircraft Metals
Aircraft manufacturers select metals according to their properties. These properties include:
Strength - a metal’s ability to resist deformation;
Density - the weight of the material;
Malleability - a metal's ability to be shaped into the desired form;
Ductility - ability to be bent or twisted without breaking;
Elasticity - a metal's ability to return to its original and form after a force is applied;
Toughness - a metal's ability to withstand tearing or shearing;
Brittleness - a brittle metal is unable to bend or deform with creating breaks or cracks;
Fusibility - a metal's ability to become liquid with the application of heat;
Conductivity - the metal's ability to carry heat or electricity; and
Thermal Expansion - describes a metal's ability to contract and expand in response to changes in temperatures.
Many aircraft metals are actually alloys. An alloy is created by mixing and combining one or more metals together. Alloys improve a metal's ability to be machined, resist stress, extreme temperatures, and resist corrosion.
Steel is one of the most common alloys used in aircraft construction. Steel is made combining iron with carbon, hence the name carbon steel. Other steel alloys are created by combining iron, carbon, and metals such as boron, tungsten, manganese, chromium, nickel, cobalt, and molybdenum.
We Have the Metal for All Your Aerospace Manufacturing Applications
Jaco Aerospace has been supplying high-quality aircraft metals to aerospace manufacturers as well as aerospace maintenance and repair facilities since 1971. We're one of the industry's most trusted aviation supply companies, providing materials that meet the highest manufacturing standards, including official mil-spec supplies.
Specifications and sizes of these metals vary a great deal, so it's essential to work with an experienced aircraft supply team like Jaco Aerospace, who will get you the right aerospace materials with the right specs the first time.
Email Jaco Aerospace at [email protected] or call us at (626) 855-2870 to find out how our top-grade aircraft metals can be utilized in your aerospace manufacturing applications.