A Recognized Leader in Fast Ship Propeller Manufacturing

Dominis was founded in 1985 with a vision to build high-precision propellers that reduce noise, vibrations and increase fuel efficiency. By the late 1990’s, the company developed Dominis IPMS (Integrated Propeller Manufacturing System), a manufacturing system, based on a state-of-the-art technology which allows us to CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) mill large sculptured surfaces such as propeller and impeller blades to final form and finish.

Our monoblock propellers, CP propeller blades and water jet impellers have been used on Canadian and US Navy and Coast Guard vessels. We are constantly improving our processes, tooling and CAD/CAM programming. At Dominis, we are proud to have completely eliminated hand grinding from the manufacturing process of propellers and water jet impellers. Dominis is a recognized leader in ship propeller manufacturing. We specialize in designing and manufacturing precision propellers and impellers for high speed vessels.

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Why Choose Dominis?

Machine Finishing

Our propellers and impellers are CNC milled to final form and finish (No hand grinding).

Superior Precision

Dominis propellers are up to three times more accurate than ISO 484 Class “S” tolerances.

Advanced Technology 

Dominis is a recognized leader in propeller research and development, our core competency.

Improved Performance

Dominis propellers improve fuel efficiency. Our manufacturing process is designed to reduce propeller noise and vibrations.

Decades of Experience

We’ve been machining propellers for naval and coast guard vessels since the mid 1990's.

Professional Service

We work closely with ship builders to exceed their performance requirements.