May 23

Kirkhill, a global leader in high-performance elastomer products, was honored to host NASA, Northrop Grumman, Boeing, NASA Astronaut Lee Morin, and US Congresswoman Young Kim at its facility to celebrate the inaugural ARTEMIS program launch which happened in November, 2022 and to show their support for the future ARTEMIS launches scheduled for 2024 (ARTEMIS II) and 2025 (ARTEMIS III).

Kirkhill has been a proud partner of NASA and Northrop Grumman for decades. We are contributors to the space programs and for the support we provide to commercial aircraft and military applications. Kirkhill technology is a key part of the Space Launch System (SLS) Rocket that will carry the Orion Spacecraft.

As a significant supplier of highly engineered elastomeric products to the global Defense and Space industries, Kirkhill stands as proud contributors to past, present and future space programs. For over 100 years, Kirkhill has brought innovative solutions to the space industry and has helped transform air and space travel with our revolutionary products.

“We are thrilled to be part of this historic mission and to showcase our capabilities and contributions to the space industry,” said Kirkhill President, Kevin McHenry. “We are grateful for the opportunity to work with NASA and our industry partners to advance human exploration and discovery in space.”


About Kirkhill, Inc.

Kirkhill is a global leader in high-performance elastomer products headquartered in Brea, CA with 100 years of experience. Kirkhill’s engineered, high-performance elastomer products can be found on commercial, military and business aircraft around the world as well as rockets  and satellite application. Aerospace OEM’s and subcontractors count on our decades of experience in developing elastomeric solutions for extreme environmental and safety applications for a wide variety of engine, nacelle, interior and structural aircraft needs. For more information please visit our website at www.kirkhill.com