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Gurit to Highlight Aerospace Portfolio and Experience at Aircraft Interiors 2014

08 April 2014

Gurit will be showcasing its aerospace product innovations at Aircraft Interiors 2014. The exhibition takes place from 8-10 April at Hamburg Messe, Germany.

The company state that with over 30 years’ experience it understands the needs of the global aerospace industry.

Gurit holds two ISO 9001 and EN 9100 certified aerospace materials production sites in Switzerland and Germany, working with a variety of aerospace customers ranging from smaller jets and helicopters through to large scale global aerospace manufacturers. and is continuing to expand its presence within the industry.

Gurit’s Highlighted Aerospace Product Portfolio includes:

  • PN901: Cyanate ester system with high temperature (205-300°C) service capabilities.
  • PB1000: Phenolic-free, non-volatile system complying with the latest FST and OSU requirements, combines an outstanding surface quality, with improved mechanical properties and snap cure cycle capabilities.
  • EP127: 180°C cure FST system with excellent mechanical hot/wet performance for interior structures such as floor beam, frames or stringer.

Gurit will be exhibiting at stand 7A01.






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