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RIGID/SEMI RIGID DUCTING

RIGID/SEMI RIGID DUCTING

Manufactured from proprietary ultra-lightweight reinforced composite materials that offer smooth bore solutions, Senior Aerospace BWT’s semi-rigid thermoplastic ducting is the ideal partner for the flexible range when employed as part of a system solution.

    BESPOKE COMPONENTS

    BESPOKE COMPONENTS

    The design of an aircraft and the incorporation of many modern features means that space to install any aircraft system is at a premium. Coupled with the need to minimize weight and pressure drop, Senior Aerospace BWT are able to call upon years of experience of designing ducting systems, to design and manufacture products to almost any complex geometry whilst maintaining performance integrity. The manufacturing process allows the product to be formed into almost any shape, thus making ultimate use of the space envelope.

      FLEXIBLE DUCTING

      FLEXIBLE DUCTING

      Flexible ducting for both low and high temperature applications available with urethane/nylon or silicone-based constructions for low and high temperature applications respectively, flexible ducting can be supplied as standard circular or shaped profiles, incorporating transitions, set bends and various end-interface connections. Ultra-lightweight flexible duct constructions are designed to meet the requirements of the aerospace industry, where light weight, flexibility, durability, low maintenance and ease of installation are all essential considerations.

        ACOUSTIC SILENCER DUCTING

        ACOUSTIC SILENCER DUCTING

        These acoustically-insulated ducts can be supplied in flexible or semi-rigid constructions incorporating a wide range of profiles and end connections. They can be manufactured in standard straight lengths or designed and built to a bespoke design.

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