Adding value for our customers, Applied Composites provides fully engineered and qualified higher-level complex assemblies. Notable past and current platforms include standards such as the A350, C-130 and V-22.
As a sole source to civil platforms such as the 737 MAX and 787 Dreamliner, as well as military benchmark platforms such as C-130, MH-47 and V-22, Applied Composites has established itself as a low-risk composites partner with world-class delivery and quality performance.
Applied Composites enables connectivity from the battlefield to the boardroom – or at least the boardroom at 35,000 feet. From OE production to MRO service and rotables, we provide radomes and air-to-ground antennas for numerous business jet and military applications.
Providing aftermarket solutions for rotorcraft floorboards, Applied Composites works with its customers to improve performance, durability, and cabin configurations for operations in austere environments. Capabilities include integration of interface hardware in co-cured composites as well as metallic core bonding to composite and metallic skins.
Drawing upon a diverse mix of manufacturing capabilities, Applied Composites provides air handling solutions from large nested plenum structures for platforms such as the A350, to bleed air anti-icing products for Boeing legacies such as the 767 and 777. Capabilities include filament winding, in-house-cast dissolvable mandrels, and abrasive acoustic perforation.
From rotorcraft to civil and military fixed-wing aircraft, Applied Composites provides heated and non-heated engine inlets, APU inlets, and ram-air intakes to platforms including Airbus, Lockheed Martin, and Leonardo.
Utilizing several manufacturing methods, including in-house cast dissolvable mandrels, Applied Composites provides complex-geometry engine air ducting for applications such as APU ducts, oil-cooler ducts, bleed-air ducts, and pre-cooler ducts. Customers include Boeing, GE, Honeywell and Bell Flight.