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New Composite Division for Helitech Corporation

14 January 2007

Helitech corporation recently purchased the Ferndale Advanced Composite fabrication facility, building K from Dynacomp Corporation, the new division to be called HT Aerospace Technologies.

The facility has operated from the NW Washington area for more than 6 years, developing and fabricating advanced composite structures. The modern facility features a new 6 x 10 ft, high-pressure autoclave, clean room, paint and chemical etching capabilities. HT Aerospace Technologies is capable of fabricating advanced structures using composite and metallic materials. Current plans are to expand the facility and capabilities to accommodate advancing technologies.





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