Titanium Tubing Experts Showcase Latest Light Weight Products At Aeromart

Aeromart Toulouse is a major international business convention for aerospace and defence professionals attracting over 1,000 companies from across the global supply chain

by Patrick Johnson | Monday 14 November 2016

Leading titanium tubing manufacturers, Fine Tubes and US-based sister company, Superior Tube will present their latest range of high strength and light weight titanium, stainless steel and nickel alloy tubes at Aeromart Toulouse, France, from Nov 30th – Dec 1st.

Fine Tubes and Superior Tube develop high strength, corrosion and heat resistant tubing solutions in seamless, welded or welded & redrawn (Weldrawn®) finish for critical hydraulic, mechanical and structural applications including:

• Hydraulic and pneumatic control systems
• Aerospace Engine tubes
• Instrumentation and transmission tubing
• Mechanical tubes
• Actuation

Charles Ferreira, Business Development Manager, Western Europe commented: “Aeromart will provide an excellent platform to present our latest portfolio of seamless titanium tubes in a range of high performance, lightweight grades including Ti 3Al-2.5V (Grade 9), Ti 6Al-4V (Grade 5), Ti CP (Grade 1 and 2) and Ti 4Al-2.5V that offer significant weight savings compared to the industry standard.”

The metallurgical experts at Fine Tubes and Superior Tube work with major aerospace companies worldwide to solve technical challenges.

Fine Tubes was recently awarded a contract from Group Safran, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of aircraft engines. The 3-year global sourcing contract, of which Fine Tubes has the majority share, involves the supply of stainless steel, nickel alloy and titanium tubing for two major new engine projects, LEAP®, Silvercrest® and also the CFM.

If you would like to book a meeting with us at Aeromart Toulouse, please contact:

Charles Ferreira
Business Development Manager, Western Europe
+33 (0) 610 437 416


Bettina Schadow
Fine Tubes Ltd
+44 1752 876416

Monday 14 November 2016 / file under Aerospace