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LEWCO Wins Contract with NASA Kennedy Space Center

- Wednesday, September 17, 2014
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LEWCO, Inc. recently won a contract with NASA’s John F. Kennedy Space Center near Cape Canaveral, FL. The contract is for a LEWCO standard model batch oven, which will be used to cure composite parts at various temperatures up to 500°F. Vacuum controls, ramp/soak programming and special part thermocouple monitoring and data logging are a few of the features included for this application. LEWCO was the preferred vendor for this equipment due to their ability to meet strict government and aerospace performance requirements.

According to senior applications engineer, Lou Schaefer: “We haven’t gone to space, but as a leading supplier to some of the biggest names in the aerospace industry; it’s safe to say we can handle even the most advanced process heating applications in the world. Time and time again, the biggest names in the aerospace industry count on LEWCO to meet even the strictest application requirements, within stringent time frames, and at competitive prices. Our customers know that a LEWCO Oven will yield the best results for their process heating needs.”

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