Constellium is constantly developing exciting products for the aerospace, defense, transportation and industry sectors.

Innovative aluminium products

Through research, innovation, and collaboration with customers, Constellium is designing innovative products and solutions to best meet our customers’ needs.

With more than 150 patents families, and about 100 that are pending, we are one of industry’s leading aluminium product developers. Among these, a few brands in particular stand out.

AIRWARE®: lighter, greener and more efficient aircraft technology

In the aerospace industry, our unique AIRWARE® technology enables aircraft designers and manufacturers to create lighter, more efficient and greener aircraft.

The fruit of 10 years of intensive research, AIRWARE® is fast becoming the material of choice for the next generation of aircraft. AIRWARE® products have already been selected by Airbus for its next-generation wide-body twinjet, the A350-XWB, and by Bombardier for its single-aisle twinjet CSeries short-haul planes.

SEALIUM®, aluminium and the sea

After a long research and development programme in the group laboratories, and close cooperation with shipyards, designers and certification societies, Constellium created an alloy that pushed back further the limits of the oceans. Over and above the challenges related to Sealium® manufacturing, shaping and welding, our top priority was to develop the properties essential at sea such as toughness, strength and resistance to corrosion and fatigue.

Aluminium molds for the plastics industry

In the plastics industry, our ALUMOLD® range of aluminium molds is helping drive technological and economic progress.

ALUMOLD® has excellent machining characteristics, reduces the time needed to produce molds, and has far greater thermal conductivity than steel. This reduces lead times, optimizes productivity and improves the quality of end products.


Constellium technologies inspire heightened interest among the aerospace, defense, transportation and industry manufacturers.

Last update 03 May 2011 Back to top