Empowering the Design of Spacecraft, Satellites, Space Stations and Landers
As the space race evolves, so must the material solutions that make it possible. The demand for longer length missions that travel deeper into Space drives the need for a wide range of spacecraft, satellites and space applications that can withstand prolonged exposure to harsh environments. With continued emphasis on LEO commercialization and Cislunar sustainment, OEMs must focus more heavily than ever before on miniaturization, lightweighting and structural integrity to ensure the long-term dependability of modern spacecraft, satellites, lunar landers, rovers, probes and space station applications.
With over 50 years of experience, Syensqo remains a leading developer of high-performance materials for the Space industry. Our lightweight, reliable composite materials, ablatives, adhesives and primers provide enhanced processing flexibility, structural integrity and lightweighting to meet the mission requirements for today’s most advanced spacecraft, satellites, space stations and lander applications.
Innovative Materials for Spacecraft, Satellites, Space Stations and Landers
Our broad selection of innovative composite materials, ablatives, adhesives and primers empower manufacturers and designers to develop the next generation of spacecraft, satellites, landers and space station components. Our portfolio of spacecraft material solutions includes BR® 127, CYCOM® 977-2, HT® 424, MTM 46/45/44, CYCOM® 5320-1, CYCOM® 950-1, FM® 300 and CYCOM® 934.
Expanding the Boundaries of Space Exploration
As manufacturers seek lightweight, resilient, and reputable solutions for a range of spacecraft, satellites, landers and space stations, Syensqo provides a diverse selection of materials for cutting-edge technological and structural advances. Our industry-leading solutions can be used to achieve highly desirable properties for several key aspects of spacecraft production, such as corrosion protection, structural integrity, lightweighting, bonding and long-term reliability.