Company will be presenting its proprietary Polymer-to-Ceramic™ technology
January 22-23, 2018 – New York, NY – Starfire Systems, Inc. (www.starfiresystems.com) announced today that it will be exhibiting at the upcoming USACA Annual Conference on Composites, Materials, and Structures to be held in Cocoa Beach, FL, taking place from January 23-24. Starfire Systems will be exhibiting at Booth 302.
“We are excited by the opportunity to reconnect with our customers and look forward to meeting others interested in learning about the cutting edge technology Starfire Systems has to offer the composite and high temp marketplace,” stated David Devor, Chief Executive Officer of Starfire Systems Inc. “We have seen tremendous growth over the past few years including our expansion into a new, state-of-the-art facility. With so many exciting developments taking place at Starfire Systems, we are eager to present our Polymer-to-Ceramic™ technology, as well as our newest developments in polymer derived ceramic (PDC) technology”.
About Starfire Systems:
Starfire Systems is a specialty Materials Company focused on Polymer-to-Ceramic technology. The core business is synthesis of silicon-based pre-ceramic polymers that are useful in polymer and ceramic matrix composite fabrication. Starfire Systems’materials are useful in a variety of applications where durable, lightweight and high temperature ceramics are required, such as lightweight motorcycle brake rotors, mobile electronic substrates, and rocket nozzles. Founded in 1988, Starfire Systems has been deeply rooted in NASA, DOD and the commercial aerospace marketplace. Starfire Systems also serves a variety of other industries, including military, armor, friction, nuclear, and many other industrial commercial markets where customers are seeking a competitive advantage. As a raw material and technology supplier, Starfire Systems continues to partner with its clients to develop materials and commercial applications that meet the needs of a broader range of customers and markets.
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The U.S. Advanced Ceramics Association (USACA) is a 501(c)(6) business league that champions the business interests of the advanced ceramic producers and end-users. The Association was formed in 1985 and members range from the largest U.S. industrial companies to smaller corporations dedicated to the manufacture of advanced ceramic products including ceramic matrix composites, coatings, and monolithic structures. USACA is the leading voice of the advanced ceramics industry before the U.S. Congress, federal agencies and industrial users.