CURTI Aerospace has been making mechanical components for the defence and aeronautic industries for over 40 years and supporting customers in the management of the entire production cycle, from the purchase of raw materials to quality control and non-destructive testing.
We are known for our high level of specialisation in the TIG and Resistance welding of Al, Ti, Cr-Ni and Inconel alloys, as well as in the welding of steel.
The division has solid experience in the design and manufacture of equipment for the production of parts and assemblies for helicopters, trainer aircraft and vehicles for transporting. We are capable of providing surface treatments such as chromate conversion coating for aluminium and steel passivation.
Parts and complex subassemblies for planes and helicoptersPhoto gallery
Equipment for handling aircraft partsPhoto gallery
CURTI Aerospace has an internal workshop for quality control, equipped with the latest cutting-edge measuring technology and machines (CMM Zeiss). The division has ISO 9001, AS/EN 9100, ISO 14001, BS OHSAS 18001 certification and Nadcap accreditation for NDT and welding.
In particular, in recent years, the division has specialised in the forming and processing of sheet metal for the aeronautic industry, using noble materials including high-strength stainless steel and special steels, aluminium alloys, pure titanium and titanium alloys, and special processes such as resistance spot welding, bonding and assembly of carbon fibre components.
The intermediate and final control of these processes is ensured through the use of various non-destructive control methods (on surfaces and volumes) applied by qualified personnel.
CURTI Aerospace has completely designed and built the first model of a totally innovative two-seater helicopter with a turbine engine. The development of the helicopter’s safety features is the result of a DISRUPT project, promoted by the European Commission as part of an important funding scheme for SMEs leading up to 2020.