At SK Upholstery, we are no strangers to aircraft upholstery. We can work with and recover any of the following:
Seats • Carpets • Headliners • Side Panels • Door Panels • Cockpit Covers • Carpet Protectors
Urges buyers to specify materials with built-in flame retardant applications, rather than spray-on applications. “If you send out a seat for cleaning and the flame retardant is built into the fabric, it doesn’t matter if you clean it or not. If it is something that was treated with a topical application, it’s usually difficult to determine what is going to happen to the product.”
The average turn time for a complete upholstery job on a standard seven to 10-passenger aircraft, including crew seats, jump seats, potty seats and miscellaneous pockets and curtains, could range from seven to 10 days up to five or six weeks.
The most popular interior colors are muted shades of blue, gray and beige. Leather is popular because it lends a certain status look to interiors.
Installing these materials without complying with the test procedures outlined in AC 23-2, 4(b). If I had obtained test results from a testing lab which uses those procedures, and these test results were acceptable, I would be in compliance with FAR 23 regulations.
Skandia strives to create value for our customers through innovation and continuous improvement. Skandia features the Federal Aviation Administration’s approval of our “Method of Compliance (MOC), Flammability Testing for Aircraft Seats, 14 CFR 25.853(c) and 14 CFR 25.853(a),” Revision B. The MOC minimizes testing requirements while maintaining our strong commitment to safety.