Quality and Excellence in Precision Custom Manufacturing
For over 60 years, Straton Industries continually provides Complex Manufacturing…Fast. Many of our operations use Lights-Out Automation, giving us a significant edge over our competitors. We invest in the best technology, equipment and processes to better meet our customers unique application requirements.
FAA Repair Station
XTRR859K / EASA 145.6292
We focus on manufacturing high-quality custom parts and serving the aeronautics industry as an FAA approved certified repair vendor. We work hard to maintain our AS9100, EASA and FAA Repair (XTRR859K) certifications, so our customers can rest assured that we are committed to providing them with the very best products and services.
Our comprehensive quality inspection department has the latest equipment including multiple CMM’s, optical comparators, laser micrometers, TESA scanners, and Keyence IM-7000. Along with our services to our direct manufacturing clients, Straton provides contracting quality inspection to third party customers.
Straton provides precision machined components, assemblies and engineering services to the semi-conductor industry.
Straton Industries is proud to be selected once again by NASA and Jet Propulsion Laboratories to build components for the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope.
NASA’s current plans call for the Roman Space Telescope to study dark energy, measure the history of cosmic acceleration, complete the exoplanet census begun by NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope and demonstrate technology for direct imaging and characterization of exoplanets. Launch is slated for the mid-2020s.
NASA Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope Mission Page.
Straton Industries is working with NASA to build parts for the exciting Europa Clipper mission to Jupiter.
NASA’s Europa Clipper spacecraft will conduct a detailed survey of Jupiter’s moon Europa to determine whether the icy moon could harbor conditions suitable for life. The spacecraft, in orbit around Jupiter, will make about 45 close passes over Europa, shifting its flight path for each flyby to soar over a different location so that it eventually scans nearly the entire moon.
Straton Industries has been selected by Jet Propulsion Labs (JPL) in Pasadena, CA to supply new custom parts for the Mars 2020 Rover Project based on the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity rover configuration.
From NASA’s Perseverance Mar Rover Twitter @NASAPersevere – Ten drill bits brought to Mars. Most are for collecting samples; others, like this one, are for abrading rocks (grinding away the outer surface). That’s all part of getting to the scientific clues hidden inside the rocks.
Canisters made by Straton Industries, Stratford, CT. www.straton.com
CBS News Sunday Morning reports on the progress of NASA’s construction of the Mars rover set for launch in 2020. Straton Industries has been part of this development by supplying the sample tubes featured in this video clip.
To see the full feature report, watch here. For the shorten clip, click on the video above.
© CBS News 2019