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Resistant epoxy meets NASA outgassing standards

Resistant epoxy meets NASA outgassing standards
Certified to meet ASTM E595 NASA low outgassing standards, Master Bond EP46HT-2AO Black is well suited for the aerospace, electronic, optoelectronic industries and can be used vacuum environments. This two component system blends thermal stability with a high strength profile for a variety of bonding, sealing and encapsulation applications.
13th December 2016

Partnership provides rugged and high temperature IPMs

Partnership provides rugged and high temperature IPMs
A partnership between BETA Transformer Technology Corporation (BETA) and CISSOID has developed compact and reliable Intelligent Power Modules (IPM). These modules are optimised for power converters and motor control within extreme environments, including aerospace, industrial, ground vehicles, automotive, and oil and gas.
21st November 2016

Aircraft sandwich panel allows dispensing on the fly

Aircraft sandwich panel allows dispensing on the fly
A two-component adhesive for aircraft interiors has been developed by DELO Industrial Adhesives. DELO-DUOPOX AB8390 is particularly suited for bonding of light-weight sandwich panels. Before adhesives can be used in aircraft interiors, they are subjected to various tests to prove their suitability. 
7th November 2016


Obsolescence management is flying high

Obsolescence management is flying high
Military and commercial aerospace manufacturers face the problem of electronic component obsolescence. In the past, military equipment used to be in production for several decades, so obsolescence management was rarely an issue when aircraft designs were agreed. However, it is now estimated that 60% of the integrated circuits currently on aerospace products will become obsolete in the next five years.
21st October 2016

Advanced HUD assemblies

Artemis Optical, the designer and manufacturer of optical filters including laser protection filters used by the American military and others, has entered into a ten year agreement with BAE Systems to supply Head-Up Display (HUD) assemblies.
30th September 2016

FRAC-N Phase-Locked Loop suited for commercial space applications

FRAC-N Phase-Locked Loop suited for commercial space applications
  The founder of RF SOI (silicon on insulator) and pioneer of advanced RF solutions, Peregrine Semiconductor Group and e2v have introduced the PE97640, an ultra-low phase noise FRAC-N Phase-Locked Loop (PLL) for commercial space applications. 
20th September 2016

Rugged, easy-to-install connectors for outdoor applications

Rugged, easy-to-install connectors for outdoor applications
The FullAXS Mini connectors, one of the easiest connector sealing systems to install in rugged outdoor environments have been announced by TE Connectivity. The FullAXS Mini connector sealing system is one of the only products available that enables one-handed, blind installs from many angles.
8th September 2016

Aerospace Ethernet cables selected for F-16 aircraft upgrades

Aerospace Ethernet cables selected for F-16 aircraft upgrades
The successful integration of GORE Aerospace Ethernet Cables into upcoming F-16 upgrade initiatives has been announced by W. L. Gore & Associates, (Gore). Gore’s new 10-gigabit cables exceed Cat6a electrical requirements by delivering reliable signal integrity with sufficient margin for high-speed data transmission over longer distances.
6th September 2016

Mitsubishi signs up to AFRC test facility for metal components

Mitsubishi signs up to AFRC test facility for metal components
Mitsubishi Materials Group has signed up to be the latest member of the University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC), part of the High Value Manufacturing Catapult. The AFRC will act as a test facility for the development of new products and manufacturing processes, which will be used to produce metal components for use in a range of industries – including oil and gas, aerospace and automotive.
15th August 2016

Fuel efficiency: Air Tahiti Nui choose SkyBreathe

Fuel efficiency: Air Tahiti Nui choose SkyBreathe
Air Tahiti Nui and OpenAirlines signed a contract to implement the software, SkyBreathe Fuel Efficiency, in order to allow the airline to save 2 to 5% of fuel consumption. Taking in account that air transport is responsible for more than 2% of CO2 emissions worldwide (equivalent of Germany's CO2 emissions) as well as 30% of an airline costs, implementing SkyBreathe is a must.
9th August 2016


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