High-Performance Struts suit aerospace and military industries.

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Designed for hold-open and lock-in-place applications, high-performance struts include scissor struts that are qualified for JSFM62 and JSFM64 programs by meeting/exceeding JSFM specifications for tension, compression, and handling loads. Available products also include telescoping, fixed-length, and spring struts as well as hold-open rods. Depending on type, struts can be specified with automatic or manual lock-in features. Secondary safety-locking features are also available.



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QRP Introduces High-Performance Struts for Hold-Open and Lock-In-Place Applications



QRP, Inc. introduces high-performance struts designed for hold-open and lock-in-place applications in the aerospace and military industries. All strut types have been engineered to offer ideal solutions for engine cowlings, access panels, and maintenance doors, among other end-uses.

QRP's scissor struts in particular have been qualified for JSFM62 and JSFM64 (Joint Strike Fighter) programs by meeting or exceeding JSFM specifications for tension, compression, and handling loads.

In addition to scissor versions, the product lineup includes telescoping struts, fixed-length struts, spring struts, and hold-open rods. Depending on type, struts can be specified with automatic or manual "lock-in" features. Secondary safety-locking features also can be provided. Custom support/mount hardware can be supplied to suit application requirements.

QRP, Inc., a PEM® company, has been a leading manufacturer of quick release pins, lanyards, and latches for more than 30 years.

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