For more than 80 years, AkzoNobel Aerospace Coatings has been leading innovation in aerospace coatings. Aerospace Coatings materials provide protection and exceptional apperance to virtually every surface of an aircraft, including interior structural components, integral fuel tanks, engine nacelles and other high-heat areas, as well as interior cabins and decorative exteriors.
With over 250 varied airframe specification approvals, Aerospace Coatings works closely with more than 60 OEMs to develop and manufacture materials to meet exisiting and future performance and environmental requirements. Aerospace Coatings expertise extends to aftermarket maintenance in providing coatings for application throughout the lifecycle of an aircraft.
Airlines around the world depend on Aerospace Coatings materials to keep their fleet maintained to the highest standards. They rely on Aerospace Coatings, and the co-operation of major OEMs, such as Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and Embraer, to provide the most innovative, yet easy-to-use technology. Aerospace Coatings is also focused on the image of the airline by providing unsurpassed colour development and matching capabilities worldwide for new or existing liveries to best present the airline brand.
From small turbo-prop aircraft to sleek executive aircraft and intercontinental jets, Aerospace Coatings materials provide the superior gloss and appearance this market segment is known for. Full colour matching capabilities , combined with a full line of products for the interior and exterior of the aircraft, Aerospace Coatings brings easy-to-apply, advanced technology to general aviation customers.
Whether applied to a fighter, transport, helicopter or ground equipment, materials from Aerospace Coatings are approved to formal military specifications and designed for the demands of high performance in harsh environments. With a dedicated military research and development program, Aerospace Coatings is continually incorporating advanced technology to maintain military equipment at peak performance in extreme conditions.
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