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About MPC Industrial Products

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MPC Industrial Products, backed by over 35 years experience in polishing much of the world’s finest-quality sheet for the aerospace industry and precision grinding of all alloys, is positioned to become a strategic partner in support of your strategic and supply chain goals.

MPC Industrial Products has developed a unique combination of resources for skin finishing and precision grinding, so much so, that we designate our production methods to be capable and reliable and are prepared at all times to demonstrate its superiority. Our time proven competitive advantages include:

  • Equipment Capacity & Capability
  • Skilled and Knowledgeable Workforce
  • Company Experience and Technical Skills to meet Industry Demands

Equipment Capacity & Capability:

Our dedicated machinery for polishing, coupled with our very high-level capabilities for meticulous and knowledgeable hand finishing (as required), the result is absolute uniformity, sheet by sheet … surfaces entirely free of blemishes, scratches, blisters and other unsightly defects. Our grinding machines can grind down to .008″ with a tolerance of + / – .001″.

Skilled and Knowledgeable Workforce:

MPC’s beginnings are rooted in the requirements of the aircraft industry. Our earliest work, involved preparation of skins for the then-new generation aircraft. And, over the years, our precision grinding capability has expanded to where we now can grind any alloy to meet the requirements for any industry.

Company Experience and Technical Skills to meet Industry Demands:

Our relations with aerospace organizations has allowed us to fine-tune and perfect two related techniques:
1. Upgrade aluminum sheet to a mirror polish where its quality (blemish free and uniform finish) supersedes what the mills are able to produce.
2. Repair skin sections blemished during fabrication or forming and polish to a uniform, consistent finish to achieve an even match with other skin sections. Where blemishes mar the skin, the area is checked to ascertain that the defect has not penetrated the cladding. This area is then worked carefully to remove the blemish and to attain uniform blending with surrounding area. In no case is more material removed than the depth of the defect.

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