AGC is committed to maintaining its reputation as a premier supplier of precision aerospace components to customers around the world.
Our great strength is the many specialized proprietary processing skills the company has created after manufacturing thousands of aerospace components and assemblies made of metal, rubber, urethane, Teflon® and plastics. These capabilities come directly from our original engineering research and development and include but are not limited to assembly manufacturing, metal-to-rubber and metal-to-plastic bonding, sheet metal forming, titanium hot forming, rubber molding, urethane molding and bonding, injection molding and Teflon molding.
The key to AGC’s success is the ongoing recruitment, training and retention of experienced, highly skilled engineering and tool making staff. Cross-trained in different disciplines, our people emphasize a collaborative approach to OEM project management from designing solutions right through to customer satisfaction.
Founded in 1951, AGC’s 110,000 square feet Meriden, Connecticut plant affords the scale to handle projects of size and complexity for original equipment manufacturing as well as maintenance, repair and overhaul jobs. Our well-organized workspace also allows for careful testing and quality control at each stage of work.
A special AGC market niche is titanium hot-forming and combination bonding, e.g., rubber-to-metal, plastic-to-metal and urethane-to-metal. As a composite parts manufacturer, the company has developed comparative technical advantages in its bonding and assembly capabilities. Included in the product base is the manufacture of fan exit vane assemblies and low-pressure compressor stators.
AGC is a division of Loar Group.