Autoclave Inerting


Lightweight material. Heavyweight strength.

Industrial autoclaves are pressure vessels used to process parts and materials that require exposure to elevated pressure and temperatures. The manufacturing of high-performance components from advanced composites often requires autoclave processing.

High temperature autoclaves are used to cure laminar composites for aerospace applications, but carbon-based laminar composites produce an off-gas during the curing process. Nitrogen provides a safe, inert atmosphere that will sweep the off-gases from the furnace. Our carefully designed nitrogen supply systems provide high flow and pressure to the autoclave, resulting in a better-made product for your aircraft.

Autoclave inerting is a key process used to meet the demands of modern aerospace and aircraft design. This application allows you to create high-performance parts that are lightweight but incredibly strong — perfect for the extreme conditions your aircraft might face. We design and install custom systems to provide the high pressure, high flow rates required for autoclave inerting. The result is a safer, lighter and stronger aircraft built to exceed the expectations of the 21st century.