HEATCON Composite Systems
480 Andover Park E
Seattle , WA 98188-7610 US
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Heatcon Composite Systems introduces new composite repair technology
The HCS9400-02 Smart Susceptor is said to improve thermal uniformity and ensure that composite materials are properly cured and repaired.
CAMX 2018: Second look, more new developments
Curved pultrusion for automotive, Smart Susceptors for primary structure repairs and Huntsman advances leaf springs for trucks, carbon wheels for automotive, “thin-ply” ailerons with Airbus and Nanocomp Technologies.
HEATCON to partner with Solvay, expand composite material offerings
The partnership focuses on a variety of consumable products used during the repair process of aircraft composite parts.
CAMX 2018 preview: HEATCON Composite Systems
HEATCON Composite Systems (Seattle, WA, US) is introducing HCS9400-02 Smart Susceptor technology, which uses indirect inductive heating to help provide thermal uniformity in composite repair operations.
HEATCON offers hot bonder thermocouple expansion
HEATCON Composite Systems (Seattle, WA, US) has developed the HCS9300E Series thermocouple expansion expansion unit, which expands thermocouple channels from the 20 built in on the HCS9200B Hot Bonder to 40 or 60 channels.
CAMX 2017 preview: HEATCON Composite Systems
HEATCON Composite Systems (Seattle, WA, US) is featuring its full line of hot bonders, heat blankets, repair tools and systems, prepregs, resins, honeycomb and bagging materials.
SAMPE 2010 Seattle Showcase
SAMPE’s first-ever foray into Boeing Country wrapped up with the M&P organization’s biggest draw this decade.
In-situ composite repair builds on basics
For on-aircraft repair, demand is on the rise for specialized composites training and expertise.
SAMPE 2005 Product Showcase
SAMPE's U.S. Symposium and Exhibition highlights technological innovation and market expansion.
The craft of aircraft repair
As the use of composites on commercial and military aircraft grows, repair facilities seek more science in what remains a primarily manual art.
Airline maintenance facility cuts repair costs while
improving part quality
Delta TechOps uses simulation software to standardize repair procedures and bring work back in-house.