Valley Cottage, NY — (PRESS RELEASE JET) — 10/20/2017 — Aircraft insulation materials are an important aspect of aircraft safety, comfort and basic requirements, considering the vast number of applications they find in the aviation and aerospace industry. In the past, thermal as well as acoustic insulation have been delivered by the same aircraft insulation material. The fiberglass batting aircraft insulation material, which is compressed in a plastic pillow cover casing caters to both the functions. With regard to aircraft insulation materials, the covering plastics have been primarily poly ethylene terephthalate (PET) and a minor quantity of poly vinyl fluoride (PVF).
It should be noted that external noise produced by aircraft engines and aerodynamic movement could be a key concern for aircraft passengers and hence, needs to be attenuated on high priority for comfortable travel and ease of verbal communication inside passenger cabins and flight deck. Hence, considering the crucial role aircraft insulation materials play with regard to ensuring safety & comfort of the persons & cargo on-board an aircraft, coupled with stringent aviation regulations & laws being implemented by governments worldwide to ensure adequate deployment of aircraft insulation materials, the study of the aircraft insulation materials market becomes an important read, owing to their high potential for growth in the future.
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On the basis of product type, the global aircraft insulation materials market is segmented as follows:
Mineral wool aircraft insulation materials
Fiberglass aircraft insulation materials
Foamed plastics aircraft insulation materials
Ceramic-based aircraft insulation materials
On the basis ofapplication, the global aircraft insulation materials market is segmented as follows:
Thermal aircraft insulation materials
Acoustic aircraft insulation materials
Fire barrier aircraft insulation materials
Anti-vibration aircraft insulation materials
Electric aircraft insulation materials
Key Trends, Drivers
It is observed that the extent of acoustic attenuation required varies with the aircraft model types and hence, dictates the extent of aircraft insulation material required for an aircraft. The market for large and medium sized aircraft is expected to grow at an attractive pace in the near future, which is expected to translate into the rising demand for aircraft insulation materials. Technological developments in the field of aircraft insulation materials have been producing materials of high acoustic efficiency – a necessary requirement to reduce the weight and volume load of an aircraft to the maximum possible extent. For instance, the development of fiberglass batting material, which has proved to be a high efficacy sound attenuator.
As an effort to enhance air transport safety and minimize hazard risks arising out of the dearth of installation of proper aircraft insulation materials during air transport, aviation regulatory bodies worldwide have been implementing stringent safety regulations, laws and norms to ensure installation of improved aircraft insulation materials by aircraft manufacturers across the globe. For instance, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the aviation regulatory body of the U.S. has been pressing on more stringent requirements of aircraft insulation materials to enhance air transport safety. This is expected to considerably drive the market growth of aircraft insulation materials worldwide.
For instance, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) of the U.S. declared that it planned to propose a mandatory requirement that aircraft insulation materials needed to be resilient enough to successfully tackle an intense thermal atmosphere, such as that of a fuel fed fire. Hence, all aircraft insulation materials are expected to be re-designed to meet this requirement. Besides, aviation regulatory bodies have been setting up additional requirements, such as aircraft insulation materials must not cause or promote corrosion to the aluminum fuselage structure, thereby further impacting the technology development of the aircraft insulation materials market.
Examples of the market participants in the global aircraft insulation materials market are as follows:
E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company
Polymer Technologies, Inc.
Aircraft Cabin Modification GmbH
Morgan Advanced Materials Porextherm Dämmstoffe GmbH
The Soundcoat Company
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