Based in Glenville, New York, Starfire Systems was founded in 1988 as a company that provided a revolutionary technology to transform polymers into ceramics. In 1991 Starfire Systems had developed a core chemistry that yielded a silicon carbide forming polymer which was named SMP-10. As Starfire Systems grew, so did the product portfolio. The company became known as the leader in Polymer-to-Ceramic® technology. Starfire Systems contracted with Alliant Techsystems (ATK) for NASA in 2004, supplying the polymer material for NOAX™ (Non-Oxide Adhesive Experimental) that would fly on all subsequent Space Shuttle missions. As demand increased, Starfire Systems outgrew its manufacturing facility which led to opening a state-of-the-art facility in 2016. Today, Starfire Systems is the recognized market leader in Polymer-to-Ceramic® technology, working with leading customers worldwide to produce products that leverage this transformative technology.
STARFIRE SYSTEMS INC. HAS COMPLETED CONSTRUCTION OF ITS NEW MANUFACTURING PLANT, SIGNIFICANTLY EXPANDING ITS PRODUCTION CAPACITY AND THE AVAILABILITY OF ITS PRODUCTS.
New, company-owned facility is operational and production is already underway to meet growing demand for its advanced materials technology. August 18, 2016 – Glenville, NY – Starfire Systems, Inc. (www.starfiresystems.com), a leader in Polymer-to-Ceramic™...read more
New SiC forming polymers and pre-ceramic resin molding compounds introduced. August 15th, 2012 – Schenectady, NY – Starfire is pleased to announce the release of two new poly-carbosilane polymers, SMP-500 and SMP-800, both valued additions to the family of...read more
STARFIRE® SYSTEMS JOINS THE UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE CENTER FOR COMPOSITE MATERIALS INDUSTRY-UNIVERSITY RESEARCH CONSORTIUM
July 11, 2012 – Schenectady, NY – Starfire Systems, Inc. (www.starfiresystems.com), a leader in the field of Polymer-to-Ceramic™ technology, is proud to announce that it has joined the University of Delaware Center for Composite Materials'...read more