REINFORCE YOUR AEROSPACE COMPOSITES WITH CRANEGLAS™ NONWOVEN MEDIA

 

Airplane composites need to be lightweight and flame retardant in order to achieve optimal performance, reduce fuel consumption, and protect against fires in the event of an accident. The flame retardancy of any composite materials used in aircrafts is also vital for safety reasons. In the event of an accident, these materials can prevent a catastrophic fire from occurring. 

In order to achieve maximum efficiency when it comes to weight, many airplane manufacturers use Craneglas glass nonwoven media. This material has an incredibly lightweight design compared to other materials, making it much easier to transport and mold into complex shapes. The light weight of this media also helps to reduce the overall weight of the composite materials, making them much more efficient and cost-effective. The flame, smoke (ASTM E662) & toxicity (BSS 7239) ratings of Craneglas are superior compared to other media products as well, making it ideal for aeronautical applications due its ability to meet the highest standards of safety and performance while still providing strong protection against heat. Additionally, this media also has a low outgassing rate so that no harmful toxins or substances are released into the air during use.

GESSNER'S SOLUTION FOR AEROSPACE COMPOSITES

                                            

Craneglas glass nonwoven media was developed to have high temperature resistance with a thermoplastic base, making it easy to mold. This media is designed to be used in aerospace composites, providing superior protection against heat and allowing for complex shaping of the composite materials. This media has been tested and certified, ensuring that it meets the highest standards of safety and performance.

The Craneglas™ glass nonwoven media has superior flame, smoke (ASTM E662) & toxicity (BSS 7239) ratings compared to other media products. This makes it ideal for use in aerospace composites due to its ability to meet the highest standards of safety and performance. Additionally, this media has a low outgassing rate, meaning that it will not release any harmful toxins or substances into the air.

One of the key benefits of the Craneglas™ glass nonwoven media is its lightweight design. This media is much lighter than other materials, making it much easier to transport and mold into complex shapes. This lightweight design also helps to reduce the overall weight of the composite materials, making them much more efficient and cost-effective.


BENEFITS OF GLASS MEDIA FOR AEROSPACE COMPOSITES

                 

  • High temeperature resistance with a thermoplastic base 
  • Easy to mold 
  • Superior flame, smoke (ASTM E662) & tocicity (BSS 7239) ratings 
  • Very lightweight

 

OUR PRODUCT RANGE FOR AEROSPACE COMPOSITES

                          

  • Craneglas glass wet-laid nonwoven to be used as media support

   


RELATED INFORMATION

 

Info sheet: our Craneglas™ nonwoven solutions