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December 23, 2020 - Aerospace

Do Your Aircraft Interior Designs Improve Utility?

As aircraft interiors continue to evolve, better meeting consumer preferences for comfort and connectivity, it’s a good idea for design engineers to keep in mind how their designs can also improve aircraft interior utility. Take a look at certain innovations to ensure your designs measure up. Aircraft Interior Galleys In an effort to make the …

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September 15, 2020 - Aerospace

4 Ways the Right Adhesive Improves Your Skin to Core Composites

Skin to core composites are used in many aircraft interior applications, such as overhead bins, galley walls and ceiling panels. In addition to delivering mechanical strength, dimensional stability and low heat release, these structures are lightweight and help manufacturers meet weight reduction requirements. Given their important role in aircraft interior construction, it’s a good idea …

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March 31, 2020 - Aerospace

3 Things to Know When Selecting Aircraft Interior Adhesives

In the aerospace industry, all manufacturing materials, including aircraft interior adhesives must pass stringent safety and performance requirements. Follow these tips to ensure you know how to select an aircraft interior adhesive: Do the adhesives comply with FAA regulations? The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has enacted a range of regulations on what materials can be …

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September 26, 2019 - Aerospace

Are Your Aircraft Interiors Ready for End of Life?

As sustainability pressures rise across markets, it’s become increasingly important to determine how to handle aircraft interior components at the aircraft’s end of life. While traditionally not a top concern, this has become especially imperative as more aircraft are now being retired. With as many as 12,000 predicted in upcoming years, according to Aircraft Fleet …

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