AET Oklahoma City Awarded USAF Contract for Overhaul of F-16 Primary and Secondary Heat Exchangers

United States Air Force F-16Wall Colmonoy’s Aerobraze Engineered Technologies, Oklahoma City, announced that it has won a full and open competition conducted by the United States Air Force for a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract for the overhaul of the F-16 Primary and Secondary Heat Exchangers. The F-16 has dominated the skies for over 30 years as a multirole and air superiority fighter in service in over 25 countries.

Brian Martin, General Manager for Aerobraze Oklahoma City, stated, “As a major manufacturer and overhauler of heat exchangers for the USAF for over 33 years, it is with great pride that we continue to provide support to the United States Air Force. This new award demonstrates our ongoing commitment to increasing efficiency and cost savings for our customers, through extending the life of critical components for the aerospace industry.”

Wall Colmonoy developed high temperature furnace brazing, which is used extensively in the heat exchanger manufacture and overhaul processes. Having pioneered the very first heat exchanger overhaul procedures, Wall Colmonoy continues to deliver significant cost savings and performance improvements to the United States Air Force.