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About Composite Technologies

CTI is the leading independent rotorblade repair company in the world. Based in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, CTI wholly-owns operations in Winnipeg, Canada and in the UK and has joint ventures in Brazil and Singapore. CTI established the rotor blade repair business, beginning with the earliest composite rotor blade (wood blades), developing with changes in technology from metal rotor blades to all composite rotor blades. Maintaining the standards of the design authority (manufacturer) and regulatory authorities has separated CTI from the competition and led to licensing by all major helicopter manufacturers: Agusta/Westland, Bell Helicopter Textron, Eurocopter, Kazan Helicopters, MD Helicopters, Sikorsky Aircraft and Schwiezer Aircraft. CTI was sold to Sikorsky in 2006.

Headquarters Location

660 Cypress Drive

Merritt Island, Florida, 32952,

United States

321-454-4254

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Composite Technologies Patents

Composite Technologies has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Casting (manufacturing)
  • Concrete
  • Building engineering
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

4/6/2020

7/5/2022

Casting (manufacturing), Molding processes, Multiple component reactions, Plastics industry, Structural engineering

Grant

Application Date

4/6/2020

Grant Date

7/5/2022

Title

Related Topics

Casting (manufacturing), Molding processes, Multiple component reactions, Plastics industry, Structural engineering

Status

Grant

Latest Composite Technologies News

GKN and Partners Launch ASCEND to Accelerate High Volume Composite Technologies

Mar 15, 2021

GKN Aerospace is heading up a new UK industry consortium called ASCEND (Aerospace and Automotive Supply Chain Enabled Development) to develop and accelerate composite material and process technologies for the next generation of energy efficient aircraft and future mobility. The £40m ($55.65m) consortium, funded by a £20.0M ($27.82m) commitment from industry and a £19.6M ($27.27m) commitment from the UK Government via ATI, will focus on greater adoption of composite technologies today, the industrialization of new technologies, as well as accelerating aerospace production rates to meet future high-volume requirements. The collaboration will help develop technologies from across the UK supply-chain to develop the advanced materials and automation equipment required to manufacture lightweight structures for the sustainable air mobility, aerospace and automotive industry. Assyst Bullmer, Airborne, Cobham Mission Systems Wimborne, Cygnet Texkimp, Des Composites, FAR-UK Ltd, Hexcel Composites, Hive Composites, LMAT, Loop Technology, McLaren Automotive, the National Composites Centre, Rafinex, Sigmatex (UK) and Solvay Composite Materials will join GKN Aerospace in the consortium with collaboration and investment support from Axillium Research. Through a 3-year commitment, the partnership, backed by the UK government, will bring together expertise, capabilities and resources from across the wider UK aerospace and automotive supply chain. In doing so, ASCEND will strengthen the UK’s position as a technology leader in future lightweight structures and help to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions in the aerospace and automotive industry. The consortium will be led from GKN Aerospace’s Global Technology Centre in Bristol and will support up to 130 jobs through 2023/24. GKN Aerospace will use its long-term experience and in-depth knowledge of composite engineering for integrated airframe structures throughout the project. “GKN Aerospace has deep knowledge and expertise in composite technology and we are proud to lead this consortium. Accelerating the next-generation of lightweight, cost effective advanced composite technologies is critical for the aerospace and automotive industry and its move to more energy-efficient aircraft and vehicles,” said John Pritchard, president Civil Airframe GKN Aerospace. “Ensuring we can not only develop these technologies, but also manufacture them at high-rate across the UK supply chain, will maintain our position as an industry leader and underpin our commitment to sustainability. Combined with the Aerospace Technology Institute, which is providing vital support for the UK’s position on the next generation of aircraft, we will be able to deliver breakthroughs in technology as well as benchmark levels of price, quality and repeatability.“ RELATED ARTICLES - MORE COMM

Composite Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Composite Technologies's headquarters?

    Composite Technologies's headquarters is located at 660 Cypress Drive, Merritt Island.

  • What is Composite Technologies's latest funding round?

    Composite Technologies's latest funding round is Other Investors.

  • Who are the investors of Composite Technologies?

    Investors of Composite Technologies include MVP Capital Partners.

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