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Inflite Engineering has two facilities concentration on the fabrication, welding, Heat treatment and Assembly of sheet metal parts. NapCap approved since 2007 for NDT, Welding and Heat Treatment. Inflite’s two sheet metal shops has a vast portfolio of capabilities, such as Hot forming, pressing, wheeling and pipe bending; as well as our own in house testing facilities.
Inflite has a highly skilled workforce that have over the years gained a reputation that simply nothing isn’t possible. We offer a one stop shop for all of our customers’ requirements, even when other companies shy away. From simple brackets, up to high level assemblies, and everything in between.

Sheet Metal

Manufacturing of precision fabricated details for the aerospace industry in a variety of materials including aluminium, titanium, inconcel, stainless steel and mild steel.

Hot forming

Our range of hotform machines using single and dual form methods provides Inflite the ability to produce the simplest form to the more varied and complex parts.

Heat Treatment

We have a range of aerospace approved facilities for heat treatment, integrated into our hot and cold forming and assembly services. Heat treatment is an essential support facility to our processes and all processing is designed to meet the standards of NADCAP and any specific customer approvals.

Our advanced heat treatment facilities enable us to provide the entire preparation, forming and stress relieving process on-site.


  • Annealing of Aluminum
  • Solution Treatment of Aluminum
  • Precipitation of Aluminum
  • Stress Reliving of Stainless steel and Titanium
  • Degreasing

Brazing & Welding

Our skilled welding workforce have expertise in a range of aerospace joining techniques for various materials.

Welding process

  • Gtaw/tig
  • Titanium chamber welding
  • Brazing, steels, aluminium
  • Resistance – spot and seam welding

Other capabilities


5-axis machining up to 7m. Universal grinders & 2-axis turning.

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Complex Assembly

Major aircraft components and sub-assemblies.

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