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June 17, 2018 - Aerospace

Selecting the Right Skin to Core Adhesive for Sandwich Panel Bonding

As cited in Composites World, sandwich panels are the largest composite application for aircraft interiors. These composites, comprised of a skin and core material, can be bonded together with an adhesive, and are used in aircraft flooring, ceilings, galley walls, lavatories and cargo hold liners. Selecting the right materials for these structures is critical. Failure …

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April 23, 2018 - Aerospace Bostik News

4 Reasons Web Adhesives for Skin to Core Composites are the Smart Choice

Skin to core composites are used in many aircraft interior applications, such as overhead bins, galley walls and ceiling panels. Delivering mechanical strength, dimensional stability and low heat release, these structures are also lightweight and help manufacturers meet weight reduction requirements. Adhesives are used in assembling skin to core composite structures, which are comprised of …

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March 15, 2018 - Aerospace

Aircraft Manufacturing Trends, Smart Solutions That Address Them

According to Lucintel, the global aerospace market is expected to be worth $352.5 billion by 2023. Gain insight into key airplane manufacturing trends and how Bostik’s smart solutions address them. Light Weighting Driven by the need to reduce fuel consumption and carbon emissions, airplanes are manufactured out of lighter weight materials, such as composites. In …

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July 11, 2016 - Aerospace

Bostik’s Aerospace Technologies

Bostik adhesives are used throughout aircraft interiors. Designed to be strong, safe and reliable, our film, liquid and web adhesives are used for aircraft interior applications including wall panels, floors, doors, seats and decorative fixtures and laminates. Check out Bostik’s four aerospace technologies behind these adhesives.

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