Aerospace steel

Steel is an alloy primarily composed of iron and carbon, known for its high tensile strength and durability. In the aeronautic industry, different steel alloys are chosen for their resilience to extreme conditions. They can be particularly resistant to high temperatures, fatigue, or corrosion, depending on the elements they are made of.

Our steel alloys

Discover all the steel alloys for aeronautics, their specifications or their compositions, and order the metal of your choice from our catalog.

Our aerospace metal suppliers

Certified AS/EN/SJAC 9120, PSD Aero places quality assurance at the heart of its business. That's why we select and work with over 56 renowned suppliers, ensuring quality and traceability of metals. The trust of our partners coupled with our own high standards guarantees the integrity of the alloys we distribute for the aerospace industry.

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Discover all our metals for the aerospace industry

Steel

Steel

Used in the construction of several aeronautical components, steel is valued for its durability. Discover all our alloys!

Stainless steel

Stainless steel

Stainless steel and its alloys are appreciated in aviation for their resistance to corrosion and oxidation. Find the alloy of your choice here!

Aluminum

Aluminum

Aluminum is one of the most widely used materials in aviation, especially for its lightweight nature and machinability. Explore our alloys.

Cobalt

Cobalt

Cobalt alloys exhibit interesting properties for aerospace applications such as wear resistance, heat resistance, and corrosion resistance.

Copper

Copper

Copper is one of the best electrical conductors among metals : a preferred material for electronic components in aerospace.

Nickel

Nickel

Nickel superalloys, known for their exceptional strength, are often used in aircraft engines. Get more information on their alloys.

Titanium

Titanium

Titanium is used in the composition of various aircraft structural components. Its lightweight nature makes it a valuable metal for the industry. Learn more about its alloys!

Plastic

Plastic

Flexibility in design, lightweight, and electrical insulation make plastic a preferred component for non-structural parts in aeroplanes.

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