TECT Power, Inc.

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TECT Power manufactures critical turbine engine rotating components and assemblies for aviation and industrial applications, as well as components for other industries with similar engineering and quality requirements. Our five facilities are spread throughout the U.S. and feature a broad range of manufacturing technology and capabilities. These technical abilities are just one of the many reasons TECT Power is an industry leader in the forging, EDM and complex 5-axis milling of turbine engine components for aerospace gas turbines, industrial gas turbines, and steam turbines. TECT Power is a business unit of TECT and is supported by Stony Point Group.

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