Based on Styberg's experience with military applications since WWII, Styberg has kept current with specifications and requirements so as to meet or exceed any and all requirements to service the US military.
Styberg has received awards for service during the Gulf War, presented by Les Aspin, Golden awards from DLA and more. With our present ISO/TS 16949 and NADCAP certifications, Styberg meets all requirements to supply to the government direct. Styberg is also registered as a small business veteran-owned and listed in SAM, ORCA as well as other government sites.
Styberg will also work with other subcontractors to assemble a joint venture for larger government projects as the prime or second tier. With the capabilities of manufacturing that Styberg possesses, Styberg can offer many suggestions to make a project successful.
Most of the parts for military and civilian jet engines are made from special alloy steel (impervious to high temperatures and corrosion) and require a variety of accurate fabricating processes, including; forming, welding, machining, grinding, heat treating along with close inspection and quality control.