NHBB and myonic to Exhibit at the 2011 Paris Air Show
April 20, 2011 (Chatsworth, CA): New Hampshire Ball Bearings, Inc. (NHBB) and myonic GmbH will be exhibiting at the 2011 Paris Air Show as part of Minebea Co., Ltd.’s global portfolio of aerospace products and solutions. You will find NHBB and myonic at the Minebea Group booth (G3) in Hall 4.
The 49th Paris Air Show is scheduled for June 20—26, 2011 at Le Bourget exhibition center in Paris, France. The first four days of the Show are exclusively for the industry.
During the show, NHBB and myonic plan to highlight recent advancements in their manufacturing capabilities and showcase their full line of aerospace products, including:
- Complex ball & cylindrical roller bearings up to 300 mm O.D.;
- Precision miniature & instrument ball bearings;
- Custom engineered precision mechanical subassemblies;
- Rod end and spherical bearings featuring proprietary self-lubricating liner systems;
- Next-up assemblies and machined parts;
- Airframe control bearings (standard series as well as special designs).
NHBB is a trusted supplier to many leading OEMs in the global aerospace market. The US-based manufacturer designs and produces customer-specific bearing solutions for a myriad of aircraft components and subsystems. NHBB’s products are found in everything from aircraft engines to avionics, missile guidance systems, landing gear, airframe control systems, helicopter rotor assemblies, engine mounts, and more.
Myonic manufactures precision miniature ball bearings and custom engineered mechanical subassemblies for aerospace customers worldwide. The company’s success is derived from the capabilities and expertise of its staff as well as its longstanding reputation for precision and quality. Based in Germany, myonic has been a part of the Minebea Group since 2009.
For more information about NHBB and myonic’s participation at the Paris Air Show, please send an e-mail to email@example.com .
The Paris Air Show is organized by Salon International de l'Aeronautique et de l'Espace (SIAE), a subsidiary of GIFAS (the French Aerospace Industries Association). For more information about the Show, please visit paris-air-show.com/en.