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Turbine housing

The turbine housing of a jet engine is designed for maximum stability in order to withstand the possible impact of a breakaway turbine blade and its enormous centrifugal forces, if a technical fault occurs. Turbine housings are therefore generally manufactured from titanium alloys, Inconel or Waspaloy and additionally reinforced with aramid matting.

Multi-axis mill-turn centres and vertical boring and turning mills are used for machining these components. The right tools manufactured by us in this field for turning, milling and boring are the Sky•tec™, Tiger•tec® Silver PVD, Ti-Family, X•treme Inox and Alpha® Ni. All of these are high-performance tools which stand for maximum efficiency and precision.​