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Webinar will review materials use for aircraft interiors

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CW's latest webinar, sponsored by Henkel, will cover materials options and flammability requirements for aircraft interiors applications on Nov. 5 at 8:00 p.m. CET/2:00 p.m. EST.


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CompositesWorld is presenting a free Henkel-sponsored webinar on Nov. 5 at 8:00 p.m. CET/2:00 p.m. EST titled "Material for Aircraft Interior Applications. 

Aircraft interior applications require a unique combination of properties and processing. Materials must have very low flammability, not only in terms of the ability to withstand flame impingement, but also the smoke and toxic gas released during exposure to fire. Materials must be processed easily due to the high volume of interior parts manufactured. Flammability requirements are becoming more stringent and composite materials are being used in more structural applications, both of which present increased demands on the materials being used.

Primary topics covered in the webinar include:

  • Aircraft interior applications
  • Material performance requirements
  • Material solutions for construction and assembly of interior components

Register for the webinar at www1.gotomeeting.com/register/830210801. Replay will be available after the webinar, under the same link.

Presenters will be Annika Blom, global product manager Aerospace, and David Leach, global composites segment manager at Henkel Henkel.


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