Aerospace & Defense

Aerospace & Defense

Aerospace & Defense

At ProMed, quality is our top priority. Our commitment to excellence is evident in every program, from small scale prototypes to high volume production supply. We support highly sensitive, critical, and technically challenging projects designed for the aerospace, defense, and securities industries. Our team of experts selects the best materials and processes to produce consistent components and assemblies with care and regulatory knowledge. With a focus on innovative material solutions, ProMed is a market leader working with unique silicone blends such as electrically conductive or desiccant loaded elastomers. As an ITAR compliant American-owned corporation, ProMed adheres to all Department of Defense FAR/DFARS regulations and meets AS9001 system requirements through our quality management system.

Leverage our extensive material and process expertise for your development and manufacturing needs. All ProMed products and processes adhere to strict quality standards aligned with our ISO 13485:2016 registered Quality Management System, with controls that exceed requirements of an AS9001 system. ProMed is an American-owned corporation compliant with all Department of Defense FAR/DFARS regulations. We are registered with the Department of State as an ITAR-compliant manufacturer.


We specialize in making products from a wide range of silicone combination products and plastic resins:


  • RTV
  • Conductive LSR & HCR
  • Fluorosilicone
  • Self-lubricating silicone
  • Closed-cell foam
  • LSR & RTV desiccants
  • Matrix-reinforced


  • Polysulfone
  • PEEK
  • LCP
  • Other high-performance plastics


Our expertise spans a range of processing techniques including:

  • LSR injection molding
  • HCR injection molding
  • Plastic injection molding
  • Compression molding
  • Silicone overmolding
  • Assemblies
  • Die cutting
  • Calendaring
  • Knife coating
  • Foam molding
  • 3D silicone printing

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