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ITT Showcases Extensive Aviation Aftermarket Capabilities at MRO Americas Aviation Week 2022
Wednesday, 20 Apr 2022
- ITT Aerospace Controls and Enidine brands will exhibit repair station capabilities, including guaranteed turnaround times, and other highly engineered commercial, business, civil and military aviation solutions
- Technology and solutions that improve reliability for the aerospace aftermarket on display in Booth 1643
April 20, 2022
– ITT Inc. (NYSE:
) and its
ITT Aerospace Controls
brands will showcase their aftermarket support capabilities that improve efficiency and lower costs for commercial, business, and civil aviation applications at the
MRO Americas Aviation Week 2022
from April 26–28 in Dallas, Texas.
As material costs continue to rise, commercial and passenger operators are increasingly reducing inventory of replacement parts and instead ordering them as needed to keep expenses low. However, with persistent supply chain challenges this strategy requires a trusted supplier partner who can deliver with speed and agility.
“ITT’s worldwide distribution network makes us well-equipped to work with commercial and passenger operators to make them faster and more agile when ordering as-needed replacement parts,” said Art Lewis, aftermarket business leader, ITT Connect and Control Technologies. “ITT’s world class aftermarket repair stations provide guaranteed turnaround times and cost reduction programs and include extended warranty options. In addition, we offer our customers exchange units while products are being repaired.”
ITT’s Federal Aviation Administration repair stations are located within its manufacturing facilities which allows direct connections to engineering and quality assurance resources, who monitor product repair trends in real time. As products are used outside the original staging environment, the team receives vital feedback to identify potential product enhancements.
In Booth 7128, ITT will feature a specialized portfolio of technologies for applications in commercial, business, civil, and military aviation, which are accompanied by extensive aftermarket services, including test and recertification, repairs (including overhauls, upgrades and modifications) and OEM engineering support.
ITT Aerospace Controls
will feature its line of rotary actuators, linear actuators, gate valves, ball valves, butterfly valves and pumps, which ensure highly reliable operations for aircraft fuel and water systems. Aerospace Controls will also showcase its line of switches, which alert pilots and crew in the event of a system malfunction, providing another line of safety for airline passengers and crew, including military aircraft.
will exhibit its rate control products, which operate overhead stowage bins on passenger aircraft, and its UltraLOC™ seat locks that allow passengers to recline their seat with the push of a button. Enidine’s highly reliable products for commercial and passenger aircraft are accompanied by worldwide distribution centers, providing rapid support for airlines and military aircraft in need of replacement parts.
For more information about ITT’s product offerings and extensive aftermarket support for commercial, business and civil aviation, please visit
ITT is a diversified leading manufacturer of highly engineered critical components and customized technology solutions for the transportation, industrial, and energy markets. Building on its heritage of innovation, ITT partners with its customers to deliver enduring solutions to the key industries that underpin our modern way of life. ITT is headquartered in White Plains, N.Y., with employees in more than 35 countries and sales in approximately 125 countries. For more information, visit
About ITT’s Connect and Control Technologies Business
ITT’s Connect and Control Technologies business designs and manufactures harsh-environment connectors and critical energy absorption, motion, flow and environmental control components. Through leading brands such as Aerospace Controls, BIW Connector Systems, Cannon, Compact, Enidine and Veam, the business serves customers in the aerospace, automation, defense, energy, industrial, infrastructure and transportation markets.