“Perfection is our Mandate. There is no other option.”
David Fisher, President, S&H Machine

S&H is a contract manufacturer specializing in high-precision, close tolerance machined parts for the Aerospace, Defense and Industrial markets. We are capable of milling and turning large and small precision-machined parts including hydraulic manifolds, valve bodies and housings; hydraulic impellers, inducers and diffusers; hydro-mechanical actuation cylinders, pistons, and accumulators, and more

Precision Products

Our clients trust us to manufacture critical machined parts and assemblies for high-profile programs such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, 777X and 737MAX; the Airbus A350 Wide Body and A320neo; F-35 Joint Strike Fighter; Gulfstream G-650; AMRAAM & Hellfire Missile systems; Sikorsky CH-53K and Blackhawk UH-60 Helicopters and more.

  • Aluminum
  • Aluminum Bronze
  • Stainless Steel
  • Carbon Steel
  • Tool Steel
  • Titanium
  • Inconel
  • Delrin
  • Bar stock
  • Plate stock
a precision-engineered impeller, typically used in the context of fluid dynamics for pumps, compressors, and fans. The metallic component features a series of curved blades, which are designed to impart energy to a fluid or gas passing through it, causing it to flow and often increasing its pressure. The central part has mounting holes for attachment to a rotating shaft. The component has a machined finish, indicating it has been manufactured with high precision for optimal performance in its intended application.
a person in the process of assembling or inspecting a green plastic component with the help of a gray and red handheld tool, which appears to be dispensing or applying a substance or performing a measurement. The setting suggests an assembly or quality control area within a manufacturing facility. The person's focus is on the task at hand, ensuring the correct application or measurement of the component, which may be part of a larger assembly in an industrial product.

Assembly & Testing

We provide complete assembly and testing services for the products we manufacture. From Check Valves and Relief Valves, to Lee Plugs and Helicoil Inserts, from our Press Fit and Shrink Fit process to Gauss Testing and laser marking, all sub-assembly is performed according to detailed specifications displayed in our MAP ERP System.

  • Bearing Liners – Shrink Fit
  • Bushings
  • Check Valves
  • Dowel Pins
  • Gauss Testing
  • Helicoil Inserts


  • Lee Plugs
  • Rare Earth Magnets
  • Relief Valves
  • Rivets
  • Rosan Ports

Engineering Solutions

Our Engineering staff is available to provide engineering support and feedback during the entire life cycle of your product’s development.  We offer helpful guidance to successfully launch new products, re-design legacy products for better performance and price reduction, and provide reliable production support.  We can help design and manufacture your concept into a proven product.

a person working on a laptop with a 3D CAD (Computer-Aided Design) model on the screen, suggesting that they are engaged in an engineering design or review process. The CAD model appears to be a part with a complex shape, likely for manufacturing. In the background, there is industrial machinery, possibly a CNC machine, indicating that this setting is a manufacturing facility or machine shop. The person appears focused on their work, possibly making adjustments to the design or preparing the model for machining. This scene represents the integration of modern design technology in a manufacturing environment.
a collection of cylindrical metal components closely arranged together. Each piece has a hollow center, suggesting that they may be some form of sleeves, spacers, or bushings. The parts have a reflective metallic finish, which could indicate that they are made from stainless steel or aluminum. Their uniformity and precision suggest they were produced through a process like CNC turning or milling. This array of components could be part of a stock inventory in a machine shop, awaiting further processing or assembly. The repetition of shapes and the consistency in manufacturing reflect a high level of quality control.

Stocking Solutions

S&H is keen to secure Long Term Agreements (LTAs) and actively participates in Kanban replenishment pull systems and Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) for our customer’s products.

Deburring & Cleaning

Deburring of complex parts is done in-house at our Burbank facility and inspected with dedicated microscopes and borescopes. Parts are cleaned to customer specifications with powerflush or ultrasonic processes.

The image depicts an industrial setting where a person, wearing a blue t-shirt with a logo on the back, is operating machinery used for cleaning or finishing parts. On the left, there's a large blue machine, possibly a parts washer or deburring machine, branded with "ADS". To the right, there's a stainless steel machine, which could be a parts dryer or another type of cleaner, marked with the name "Graymills". The room is equipped with various items like green baskets on a shelf, suggesting this area is used for processing parts post-manufacturing to remove burrs or contaminants, before final assembly or shipment. The worker seems to be engaged with the blue machine, potentially loading or unloading parts. Safety signs are visible, indicating the importance of following protocols in this environment.

Highest Standards

Sophisticated CNC machining centers can work unattended 24-hours a day to manufacture your parts and deliver the best value in the industry.  Standard Work and well defined processes, precision sub-assembly, meticulous testing and the highest quality control standards ensure that your products meet your requirements.  Top it off with some of the highest on-time delivery ratings in the industry and you can see why our clients rely on us.

four individuals working together in what appears to be a machining workshop. They are gathered around a large piece of equipment – likely a precision measurement tool or a CNC machine – focusing on a part or component that one of them is holding. One person is adjusting or measuring something on the machine with a dial indicator, which is used to measure small distances or angles. The men are dressed in casual work attire, with one wearing a buttoned shop coat, which suggests a hands-on engineering or technical environment. There's a Haas machine in the background, indicating that this is a workshop with CNC capabilities. The team seems engaged and cooperative, indicative of a collaborative work environment.


We’re growing and looking for career-focused team members to join us. We believe in hiring people who care about what we do.  The work we do is critical to the safety of others.  Are you up for the challenge?