Integran beefs up customer portfolio through licensing agreement with Pratt & Whitney

Integran Technologies (see the October 19, 2009 LRMJ) recently announced that it has licensed its cobalt electroplating process to aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney for use in aerospace gas turbines. This coating process, called Nanovate CoP, is intended to replace the currently used hard chrom...

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