The Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg is next week! We are excited to announce the debut of our new Tamper Resistant Foaming Soap pumps! With our patented design, you can eliminate…
✅ the risk of soap contamination,
✅ unwanted dilution of soap,
✅ the risk of passenger misuse or abuse, and
✅ accidental spilling.
Be sure to stop by and visit us at Stand 6F98 in Hall B6 to learn more! If you’d like to schedule a meeting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org today. We hope to see you at the Expo!
The first instance of incompatibility between cleaning chemicals and thermoplastics making up aircraft interior components was in 2012. The most obvious problem was the staining occurring on window shades and table trays. The discoloration would turn lightly colored components a dark tea color, negatively impacting the aircraft appearance and airline brand image.
Cracking/crazing has occurred less frequently, but affects the functionality of components. After prolonged contact with incompatible cleaning chemicals the thermoplastic gets weaker and more brittle. This leads to cracking/crazing which causes the structural failure of tray table hinges, requiring the complete replacement of the tray tables to restore functionality.
These days, microfiber towels are everywhere. But have you ever wondered why they are so popular? The unique make-up of microfiber towels allows them to consistently outperform both cotton and paper towels in efficacy and efficiency. Unlike simple rags or paper towels, microfiber towels are long-lasting, soft and lint-free; making them the more economic and appealing choice.