Metem Corporation, a GE Power business, is a specialized, highly sophisticated, global supplier of machining and assembled turbine super-alloy components for leading companies in the power generation and aerospace industries.

Metem's breakthrough non-conventional cooling hole drilling processes are critical to providing targeted, precise airflow to enable parts to last longer and greatly improve life-cycle costs and turbine efficiency.  This has a significant impact on increasing operating cycles and reducing emissions.  Metem, through its current advanced processes and R&D and prototype testing on newer future technologies, is poised to push the technology limits and grow within the gas turbine space as the world adopts more natural gas power for cleaner energy.

Founded in 1962 by duVal Goldthwaite, Metem has pioneered many advanced applications in Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM), Electro-Chemical Machining (ECM), Shaped Tube Electrolyte Machining (STEM), and Metem's latest patented Drill-thru-TBC Coating (DTC) technology for use on super-alloy parts to develop complex cooling hole patterns.

Over the past 50 years, Metem has grown into one of the largest high-volume non-conventional machining companies in the world by emphasizing innovation, operational excellence, and continuous focus on strategic long-term relationships with key customers.  Further, Metem is closely aligned with the major OEMs by providing the global option with facilities in the U.S. and Europe as well as a suite of supporting capabilities including conventional machining and part assemblies that allow Metem the flexibility to provide engine-ready components.
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