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Chromalloy Arizona average salary is $56,963, median salary is $56,888 with a salary range from $45,000 to $69,000.
Chromalloy Arizona salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. Each salary is associated with a real job position. Chromalloy Arizona salary statistics is not exclusive and is for reference only. They are presented "as is" and updated regularly.
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Industrial Production Managers 69,000-69,000 Phoenix, AZ, 85001 2010 Chromalloy Arizona Industrial Production Managers Salaries (1)
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IT 45,000-45,000 Phoenix, AZ, 85001 2010 Chromalloy Arizona IT Salaries (1)
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Manufacturing Process Engineer 56,888-56,888 Phoenix, AZ, 85001 2010 Chromalloy Arizona Manufacturing Process Engineer Salaries (1)
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  • Chromalloy Arizona
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Phoenix, AZ
  • Chromalloy developed the first commercially viable aluminide coatings for the protection of cobalt and nickel based alloys and stainless steels in the early 1960's. These coatings and their derivatives are still used extensively by manufacturers of gas turbine engine components. As many of the turbine components first protected with Chromalloy coatings returned from service, it became apparent their condition was such that they could be reused after suitable repair. This led to the development of strip and re-coat procedures for diffusion coatings, and to the development of advanced technology to perform metallurgical and mechanical repairs which have served as the...