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4/24/2012

Royal to expand capability with 30-ft autoclave

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Royal Engineered Composites, in anticipation of increased production, is preparing for installation of a 30-ft by 12-ft autoclave by November.

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Royal Engineered Composites (Minden, Neb., USA) reported on April 19 that, in an effort to increase capacity and stay ahead of its growth curve, the company has procured long-lead materials for the installation of a 30-ft/9.1m-long by 12-ft/3.7m-wide autoclave. Royal expects to install the autoclave in November.

“We are expecting to increase our production in the near future and are investing in Royal’s future growth” said Jarrod Ridge, business development manager at Royal. “Royal has seen an increased number of potential opportunities from both current and prospective customers and we are gearing up for an escalation in sales.”

Royal Engineered Composites offers design, manufacturing and prototyping services, as well as moldmaking and technical support for aerospace and defense companies. Royal is an outsource manufacturer of composite nacelle components, secondary aircraft structures, space and satellite applications, radomes, ECS ducting and more.

Until 2010, Royal was known by its original name of Royal Plastic.

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