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Core materials that keep you flying high Make your products stronger, lighter and smarter to reach a higher level of competitiveness and sustainability. Diab offers a complete range of core sandwich materials, finishing options and kit solutions, as well as technical expertise. Designed to optimize lifecycle cost and weight reduction in interior cabin applications, Diab’s Divinycell F is a PES foam core that exceeds EASA and FAA regulatory FST and heat release requirements. Divinycell HT is an expanded structural foam core designed for rotorcraft and aircraft structures. Dimensionally stable for aerospace applications, it has a more than 30-year-old track record with long-term durability.

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  • Divinycell for Aerospace

    Divinycell core materials for Aerospace composite sandwich construction.

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    Diab

    www.diabgroup.com
    Max-von-Laue-Str. 7 Hemmingen Lower Saxony 30966 Germany
    Tel:  +1 9722287600
    Fax:  +972 7800289

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  1. Product Categories
    Cockpit Doors
    Environment Systems / Air Conditioning
    Flooring
    Galleys & Galley equipment
    Lavatory & Waste Equipment
    Materials
    • Composites
    Overhead Storage
    Repairs & Restoration
    Seating
    Window Shade & Blinds
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Company Case Studies

  • Advanced Composites creates...

    Swedish aerospace developer and manufacturer BlackWing is reshaping flight with a composite sport aircraft built using Divinycell Matrix materials. Th...

  • Divinycell F - for new innovative...

    An ideal solution for Canadian manufacturer FDC Composites, Divinycell F fulfills all regulations for interior applications of commercial airlines.

  • Divinycell-cored Cirrus SF50 pioneers...

    Cirrus Aircraft, based in Duluth, Minnesota, USA, was the first company to utilize foam sandwich composites in series production of civil aircrafts. T...

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