During WWII, E.C. Styberg joined other US industries to produce vital military precision components and has continued to do so.
Most of the parts for military and civilian jet engines are made from special alloy steels (impervious to high temperatures and corrosion) and require a variety of accurate fabricating processes, including: forming, welding, machining, grinding, heat treating with close inspection and quality control throughout.
Having had considerable involvement, both directly and indirectly with government contracts, E.C. Stybergs’ compliance with government production, quality and packaging requirements is standard policy.