In the aircraft industry, materials are required to possess the highest standards in terms of their stability at high temperatures, their creep limits, outstanding high-cycle fatigue, low crack extension, strength and their resistance to high-temperature oxidation.

For these reasons, there are many nickel and titanium alloys to be found in propulsion units, structural components and many other components in use in the aerospace industry.

The materials used to manufacture turbines and associated components and motors for medium- and high-pressure compressors have to be able to withstand extreme conditions. Aviation alloys must meet stringent quality specifications for the aerospace industry in terms of purity, homogeneous structure and chemical composition.