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Inbra aerospace info 11 2011

  1. 1. www.grupoinbra.com.br
  2. 2. IN A NUTSHELL• 100% Brazilian company;• Founded in 1979;• Total area : 160.000 m2;• Production area : 23.000 m2;• Direct employees : 570;
  3. 3. ORGANIZATION
  4. 4. DEFENSE MARKET• Inbra has initially focused in the domestic defense market;• Developments in the global market have started some years ago, in a very competitive environment;• Experience gained in the last 20 years has allowed to improve in raw materials, processes and products.
  5. 5. • Parts in composite materials; – Carbon fiber – Aramid fiber – Glass fiber – Sandwich parts• Transparent parts for aeronautics;• Armored cockpit doors.• Armoring for helicopters and aircrafts.
  6. 6. GENERAL INFORMATION• Existing production area: 3.500 m2;• Production capacity: – 15.000 manhours (currently available); – 20.000 manhours (expected till dec 2012);• Available area for additional immediate expansion: 4.500 m2; – Allows us to go up to additional 30.000 manhours.
  7. 7. GENERAL INFORMATION• Number of direct employees: 100, with forecast to increase to 170 througout 2014;• Personnel breakdown: – 5% quality; – 5% development – 5% process; – 10% PPC – 3% administration; – 72% production.
  8. 8. GENERAL INFORMATION• Engineering support – For process: • In-house. – For products: • Outsourced in São José dos Campos (Akaer).
  9. 9. AERIAL VIEW
  10. 10. THE PLANTOur facilities include: – Clean room with 400 m2; – Freezer with 117 m3; – Fully automated environment control (by software); – Painting room with 50 m2; – 2 automated control autoclaves; • # 1: Diameter 1,7 m x 6,4 m;
  11. 11. COMPOSITE MATERIALS PRODUCTION
  12. 12. CLEAN ROOM – MANUFACTURING OF AEROSPACE COMPOSITES
  13. 13. LAMINATION PROCESS
  14. 14. AUTOCLAVES FOR CURING OF AEROSPACE COMPOUNDS
  15. 15. QUALITY ROOM
  16. 16. FREEZER FOR PREPREG STORAGE
  17. 17. HONEYCOMB DRILLING & DRY SANDINGSolid residues pick upArea: 25 m2
  18. 18. PAINTING ROOM & OVEN
  19. 19. PAINTING ROOM• Doors dimensions: – Entrance and exit of the part: • Inside width: 4.000 mm • Inside heigth: 3.200 mm• Cabin dimensions: – External length: 9.560 mm – External width: 5.000 mm – Inside height: 3.300 mm – External height: 4.000 mm
  20. 20. PRODUCT LINE• Composite material parts with aerospace prepreg technology made in: – Carbon fiber – Aramid fiber – Glass fiber – Nomex honeycomb
  21. 21. EXAMPLES OF COMPOSITEMATERIAL PARTS FOR AEROSPACE COMPANIES
  22. 22. EXAMPLES OF COMPOSITEMATERIAL PARTS FOR AEROSPACE COMPANIES
  23. 23. EXAMPLES OF COMPOSITEMATERIAL PARTS FOR AEROSPACE COMPANIES
  24. 24. PRODUCT LINE• Aircraft armoring: – Embraer armored cockpit door – Level III-A NIJ; – Armoring against ammunition 0.50” AP – M2, according to MIL-STD-662, for Embraer´s Super Tucano. – Helibras armored parts for Esquilo (AS 350) helicopters. – Elbit´s UAV composite parts (Hermes 450)
  25. 25. ARMORED COCKPIT DOOR EMB 170/190
  26. 26. ADHESIVE FILM ALUMINUM SHEET LAMINATED DECOR LAMINATED DECOR PRE-PREG WOVEN HONEY COMB BALLISTIC WOVENMULTIPLE USE OF ARAMID FIBERS
  27. 27. EMBRAER 170/190 FAMILY
  28. 28. ARMORING FOR 0.50” APEMBRAER SUPER TUCANO
  29. 29. PRODUCT LINE• Transparencies for special windows.
  30. 30. TRANSPARENCIES Canopy Observation window
  31. 31. OBSERVATION WINDOW
  32. 32. PRODUCT LINE• Sub-assembly
  33. 33. QUALITY• NBR ISO 9001 : 2008;• NBR 15100 : 2004 / SAE AS 9100 B for aerospace segment;• Effective May 2005;• Certification agency: CTA (Aerospace Technical Center – Brazil).• NBR ISO 14001:2004 – May 2012• AC 7118 B (PRI NADCAP) – May 2012
  34. 34. CERTIFICATIONS
  35. 35. CERTIFICATIONS
  36. 36. CAPABILITIES – Expansion of production capacity and infra- structure; – Modernization of tooling and equipment; – Expansion of raw material procurement; – Workforce growth with adequate training; – Diversification of product line into primary aicracft structures, composite and composite/metal assemblies; – Tooling development and manufacturing.
  37. 37. NEW BUSINESSES• Composite aerostructures – Embraer new projects; • KC 390 – UAV parts manufacturing; – Helicopters; • Assemblies • Armoring – T1/Gripen consortium • Wings • Main Landing Gear Doors
  38. 38. EUROCOPTER/HELIBRAS EC 725Composite parts and intermediate composite structures. Contract signed In October 2010.
  39. 39. AEROSPACE NEW BUSINESSES
  40. 40. NEW BUSINESSES• Evolution from services provider to integrator; – Through partnerships of technology transfer.
  41. 41. WHAT WE HAVE DONE IN TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER• Development and implementation of armoring installers in Brazil;• Armoring services for passenger cars in Mexico and Argentina;• Solutions for helicopters armoring in Colombia.
  42. 42. Business Maturity Defense mkt Interaction Armoured cockpit Door development Glass forming; Special armouring; Composite mnfg. Complete Airframe; Integration; JV´s Consortium Composite New plant Vehicle development NG Vehicle Aramid development processing Armouring Filters Aramid Vests, shields... moulding 1979 1993 2002 2010 Timeline
  43. 43. THE FUTURE• Technology transfer to offer more complex products, which will require more mature industrial operations;• Possibilities to access new and global markets;• Establishment of a new and more dedicated industrial chain.• Construction of new aerospace production site in São Bernardo do Campo.
  44. 44. CORPORATE STRATEGY• Keep a low cost unit for composite parts manufacturing and sourcing in the market.• Invest only in critical resources to become a qualified “level 1” manufacturer;• Expand assemblies and integration capacities, in order to offer complete structural segments and major sub-assemblies;• Move into an independent organization.
  45. 45. PRODUCT MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION• Under development to support new contracts;• For current businesses, InbraAerospace shares resources with other B.U´s with special concern to keep processes under the requirements of Embraer and certification authorities.
  46. 46. MANUFACTURING CAPABILITIES• Manufacturing processes follow those requested by the aerospace segment, according to the design of outsourced parts requirements, like carbon fiber, glass fiber, NDT inspection, honeycomb processing, etc.

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