Evopreg PFC502 Passes Preliminary Testing to AC 20-135

  • 30th March 2020
  • Composites Evolution
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Evopreg PFC502 Passes Preliminary Testing to AC 20-135

We’re pleased to announce that our Evopreg PFC fire-resistant prepregs have recently undergone preliminary testing to AC 20-135 and passed.

Evopreg PFC prepregs are based on 100% bio-derived polyfurfuryl alcohol (PFA) resin, and deliver outstanding fire performance with low toxicity, low environmental impact and improved operator safety.

AC 20-135 is a Federal Aviation Authority test, which requires a material to withstand a 1,093 Celsius (2,000 Fahrenheit) kerosene flame for at least 15 mins. It is designed to evaluate materials and components used in propulsion engines, auxiliary power unit installations, and areas adjacent to designated fire zones.

Further information on our Evopreg PFC range is available here.

If you’d like to discuss a specific requirement, please contact us.

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