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The flame retardancy requirements for textiles used in the aviation sector are particularly demanding. Mbelstoffweberei Langenthal AG Langenthal Upholstery Fabrics, of Switzerland, now specialise in the production of flame retardant seat covers for aircraft. The Swiss company's customers include...
The 200th British Aerospace Jetstream 31 commuter airliner to be completed by Field Aircraft was recently accepted by Mr Syd Gillibrand, managing director, British Aerospace Civil Aircraft Division.
Bristol Composite Materials Engineering Ltd BCME is a wholly owned subsidiary of The British Petroleum Company plc BP, operating as part of the BP Advanced Materials group of companies, and is involved in the design, development and manufacture of advanced composite components and structures....
FOR clamping and automatic welding of sheet metalwork used in aircraft galley manufacture, a range of machines are available from Huntingdon Fusion Techniques Ltd.
Aim Group plc, the International Aircraft Interior Manufacturing Group, has, within its Aviation Division a number of companies who are making a significant contribution to the design, development and manufacture of modern cabin furnishings.
A significant event both for Metair and the Saab 340 occurred recently when the first aircraft to incorporate not only the necessary cabin material and design changes necessitated by the 1988 interim mandatory requirements but also those which come into force in 1990, was completed at West...
PIONEERING materials for aircraft cabin mouldings are being used by Cox Thermoforming Ltd, of Tring, to help Short Bros Ltd, of Belfast, meet tougher cabin safety rules. The US Federal Aviation Authority has changed its flammability testing methods and now requires that these fittings will make...
RECENT rotary wing activity at Middle Wallop in Hampshire has included a Trade Show and emphasis here was on the Italian Agusta company which featured a range of helicopters and equipment. Types shown included the A129 Mangusta antitank version which has two RollsRoyce Gem 1004 turbines and is...
BEGINNING with the Nieuport biplane, Aermacchi of Varese and Venegono, Italy, has responded dynamically to the needs of the times, developing more than 60 prototypes and building more than 7000 aircraft, both civilian and military.
THE encapsulation of turbine bladesto provide regular and precise workholding surfaces on these awkwardly shaped components is becoming a highly automated volumeproduction process.
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