TI&A Products - Silicon Insulations
- Engine reverser/nacelle cowl door fire protection
- Engine cowl door, hinge, and latch cover
- Engine exhaust
- Structural components fire protection
- Composite pre-cooler air ducts
- Bleed air ducts/lines
- Heater ducts
- Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Compartments.
Advantage of this kind of blankets is to be completely sealed: this characteristic allows the blankets to be used for aerospace, commercial, and military high temperature and internal exhaust system applications. This characteristic made the blanket resistant to any contamination (oils, fungus, detergent, lubricant…). The cover is designed through CATIA software starting from real surface of the involved part of the airplane. In this way the product could be completely integrated directly with the airplane interface with no installation trials or adjustments. The flexibility of the core materials permits the modelling of the blankets on every surface and dimension.
The insulating material (density 50 to 300 kg/m3) is a micro-porous or fibrous inorganic material for high temperature applications with low temperature conductivity (variable form 0,030 W/m°K to 0,066 W/m°K function of the temperature raise).
Fire Shields meet FAA 2000°F 15 Minute Flame Test. Maximum Operating Temperature=250°C. The total thickness of the shield is various from zone to zone and goes from 3 to 25 nominal millimetres.
Thickness: From 3 to 25 mm
Density: 0.42 - 0.6 - 1 - 1.5 pcf (referring to insulating material only)
Operational temperature range: From -80°C to +350°C - special versions are also available for applications up to 650°C
Flammability: Far 25.853 part a and FAR 25.856 a e - fire barrier versions also available in accordance with norm FAA AC20-135 - ISO2685
Functional & Endurance vibrations: RTCA DO-160 AND POSSIBLE CERTIFICATIONS IN ACCORDANCE WITH OTHER SECTIONS OF RTCA DO-160 AND MIL
Resistance to contaminants such as oil, grease, fuel, de-icing, Skydrol: RTCA DO-160 E
Resistance to saline mist, sand and dust: RTCA DO-160 E