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DuraCoatings Earns FAA 145 Repair Station Certification

Also Announces Launch of Airplane Component Repair and Coatings Division

OKLAHOMA CITY–DuraCoatings Holdings, LLC, an industrial coatings company based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, reported that its subsidiary, DCI Industries, received approval and designation as Part 145 Repair Station #5D1R406D by the Federal Aviation Administration.

As a Repair Station, DuraCoatings will have a Limited Rating with Specialized Services to provide chrome plating, sulfamate nickel plating, zinc and manganese phosphate coatings, and thermal spray coating for landing gear, airframe, and other airplane components. DuraCoatings obtained ISO9001-2015/AS9100D certification in September of 2017.

"We are excited to gain this capability in the aerospace sector," said Dennis Glasco, president of DuraCoatings, in a company release. "We have been a service provider in the industrial/energy market and are still looking to grow in those areas. Being able to provide the same services in the aerospace market is a great opportunity for our employees to grow and expand, as well as the company. I want to thank all the employees that have worked so hard to achieve this certification."

"We are extremely proud of the DuraCoatings management team and employees for the safety, quality, and technical standards set every day, which allowed this certification process to move along seamlessly," said Jeffery S. Christman, managing director of Rock Hill Capital, in the release. "The expansion into the aircraft repair industry fit well with DuraCoatings' core focus on industrial component repair and coatings."

DuraCoatings (, founded in 1993, provides industrial hard chrome, nickel, and thermal spray technologies to a variety of industries.

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