Janicki Industries Begins Aerospace Composite Manufacturing Plant

September 16 2019

Janicki Industries (Sedro-Woolley, Wash., U.S.) has opened a new manufacturing plant in Hamilton, Washington, for the production of flight-quality, aerospace parts made of advanced composite materials. The company says that this new facility will support the aerospace industry with carbon fiber parts for commercial jetliners, military aircraft and space exploration. The new plant is 90,000 square feet of high bay assembly space with four overhead cranes. There is 15,000 square feet of controlled contamination area or cleanroom and a 5,000 square-foot drive-in freezer for storing carbon fiber material.

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