Divinycell-cored Cirrus SF50 pioneers the personal jet

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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 ...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. More

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Divinycell-cored Cirrus SF50 pioneers the personal jet

Cirrus Aircraft, based in Duluth, Minnesota, USA, was the first company to utilize foam sandwich composites in series production of civil aircrafts. The company continues the successful implementation of composite solutions in its newest jet. Announced in June 2008, the Cirrus SF50 features an all-composites airframe and a sandwich construction based on polymer cores.

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