Thursday’s SST Fact…

02 September in News

Did you know? SST Technology slice and print our Inconel 625 Additive Manufactured components into individual layers roughly half the thickness of a human hair! For more details on our Additive Layer Manufacturing contact us or click here. ...

Long Service Awards

19 August in News

On Wednesday 18th August saw a group of colleagues being treated to a well deserved lunch with senior members of the Polar Management Team.The celebratory lunch was for the Long Service Awards at Lentus Composites and SST Technology – celebrating five and ten years of...

SST’s Hot Stuff!

06 July in News

SST Technology is highly experienced in producing high performing, durable and accurate thermal management solutions for the pinnacle of motorsport. These solutions are required to do one of two things, keep hot things such as exhaust gases hot to ensure elements like modern F1 turbo’s...

Investing in the latest Cobot Welder

27 May in News

SST have recently acquired a Lorch TIG welding Cobot. Cobot welding translates to collaborative robot welding for mid-sized businesses: quick, flexible and economical – a system made for the automation of small and medium batch sizes. The TIG version launched last year in Germany and Lorch...

Did you know?

20 April in News

SST’s in-house metal additive manufacture facility produces three to four thousand optimised Inconel components every year. These parts are combined with hydroformed, machined, and fabricated elements and integrated with our insulation solutions into products that are delivered to our satisfied customers. ...

Pure skill at SST

08 April in News

Congratulations to SST's Simon J and Luke T for receiving their CAA (UK Civil Aviation Authority) certificates this week. This welding approval is for welding parts essential to the airworthiness of an aircraft, for aluminium alloys in Tube to Tube. This standard of skill will...

SST’s Fact of the day…

24 March in News

Did you know: SST technology’s high-performance insulation and heat shields are used in markets from Formula 1, high performance automotive and energy applications to the aerospace industry. Typically, these can maintain a hot side surface temperature of over to 850degC with a cold side surface...