About Meggitt Avrillé (Artus)

Advanced electrical solutions for aerospace and defense

Meggitt Avrillé facility designs and manufactures a complete range of electrical motion and power solutions.

From electromechanical actuators and position sensors, to power converters and fully integrated servo systems, we provide solutions customised to meet your specific requirements.

More electric aircraft demand more power and more sophisticated electronics. Our engineers specialise in finding innovative solutions for your electrical power network. Talk to us about your main propulsion system, utilities or electric power generation, conversion and storage.

Since 1948, we have specialised in motors, power electronics and sensors for extreme environments. For example, we supply lightweight titanium actuators for naval helicopter blade folding systems — as well as working under severe vibration these electrical products also have to withstand extreme temperature cycles and salt corrosion.

Our customers trust us to provide:

  • reliable, innovative solutions
  • customised designs
  • comprehensive through-life support

Artus SAS became part of Meggitt in 2011 and is now part of our Power & Sensing business alongside other industry pioneers — Meggitt Tucson© Securaplane, Meggitt Portland (©OECO) , Meggitt Archamps (©Sensorex), Meggitt Fareham (©Meggitt Avionics), Meggitt Vietnam & Meggitt Fribourg (©Vibro-Meter). For more details, see our timeline.


Parent company – Meggitt PLC

Headquartered in the United Kingdom, Meggitt PLC is an international group operating in North America, Europe and Asia. Known for its specialised extreme environment engineering, Meggitt is a world leader in aerospace, defence and energy. We employ approximately 9,000 people at over 40 manufacturing facilities and regional offices worldwide.

By cooperating both within and across divisions, we can provide a comprehensive portfolio of products and solutions for any new programme.

To discuss how our solutions can work for you, please contact us.

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