The FAA mandates that materials on your aircraft undergo burn testing. The airworthiness of your aircraft depends on it.
Burn testing is intended to ensure that the materials in your aircraft will self-extinguish during the required time limit or won’t catch on fire at all. In case of a fire, it is critical to the safety of your passengers that they have time to escape the aircraft with limited exposure to toxic smoke.
This webinar discusses which burn tests we perform and why they’re so important to the safety of you, your crew, and your passengers.
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