Valmont Coatings George Industries was chosen by The Boeing Company (previously McDonnel Douglas Aerospace) as the prime anodizer of the International Space Station. The contract required a highly specialized anodize to meet stringent optical requirements, exacting masking, chem film, penetrant inspection, dry lube, electroless nickel and rigorous testing and inspection.
Since the day we first began business, we've been an important vendor to military aircraft contractors. Like our other aerospace work, it often involves multiple processes for a given part number, chem film, mask, hard anodize, mil spec spray painting, and part number masking. All of which is performed under our roof and under the watchful eye of our QA department.
For years, Valmont Coatings George Industries has been the vendor of choice to finish room-sized shipboard gun mounts and turrets for the United States Navy. Aside from requiring highly sophisticated custom tooling and spray application techniques in comples assemblies, we we're responsible for masking, chem film and strictly following rigid and demanding specs for unusual paint finishes.