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Survival Systems International  

Valley Center,  CA 
United States
  • Booth: 2900

Large company capabilities.... small company care

Embracing a lean and efficient management philosophy Survival Systems Aerostructures is ready to rapidly respond to our customers’ requirements, while staying competitive in cost and delivering superior quality products on-time. Our exceptional customer service will provide you with a superior level of care that is focused on building long lasting relationships.

Our skilled team members employ a broad range of process capabilities such as composite and metal bonding, fiber reinforced plastics, sheet metal forming, machining of aluminum & hard metals, welding, thermoplastics, painting & coatings, and complex assembly to bring your product to fruition.

                In addition, we deliver value with pre-production support, risk mitigation, and cost reductions on established programs. We are your solution provider for innovative manufacturing methods and techniques to meet your quality and customer satisfaction requirements. 

Brands: Rotor blades, fixed wing, blades, structural cores, aerostructures, airframes, fuel cells, ballistic, ballistic foam, survivability, sheet metal, fuel, paint, coating, machining, machined parts, aluminum, metal, fabrication, thermoplastics, cores, composites, radomes, Bell, Boeing, Sikorsky, Apache, Blackhawk, Osprey, FVL, future vertical lift, FARA, JMR, joint multi role

 Press Releases


  • Ballistic Foam
    Ballistic foam, a type of rigid polyurethane foam placed in the dry bays of aircraft, prevents fires, adds strength with nominal weight to the structure, slows shrapnel during attacks, and offers cost-effect protection....

  • Survival Systems Aerostructures is the premier supplier of ballistic foam and ballistic foam assemblies. Ballistic foam is a specialized polyurethane foam that is placed in the dry bays of aircraft to prevents fires, add strength with nominal weight to the structure, slow shrapnel during attacks, and offer cost-effect ballistic protection. With over 28 years of experience, Survival Systems Aerostructures can guide our customers to the correct application of ballistic foam. Our ballistic foam team uses customized equipment to spray & pour foam which is then machined and shaped using CNC routers and hand detailing to provide an exact fit within the aircrafts dry bay. In addition, coatings and fabrics may be applied to enhance the properties of the ballistic foam. Survival Systems Aerostructures is fully equipped to handle any type of structural or core foam our customer may require.

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