In addition to the recent, and highly successful, testing completed by Boeing and Embraer we can now add testing from the world famous SAFRAN organisation. The testing was completed on a wide range of substrates (a full listing of these substrates is available), which are commonly used in the aviation sector. The surfaces were subjected to Sanitation cycle, discoloration, Corrosion, humidity, high and low temperature and coating refresh testing. The conclusion from Safran: "We can recommend it as a treatment that will not damage composites, metals, and paints, foils in the aircraft. We deemed it safe for use."
Safran is a key supplier to the U.S. industry, providing propulsion systems and aircraft equipment with 9.000 employees since nearly half a century. Safran's expertise encompasses a broad range of aircraft systems and equipment, including turbine engines, landing systems, advance electric wiring solutions, flight controls, engine nacelles, thrust reversers and power transmissions, as well as jet engines for missiles and target drones. These systems often draw on Safran's world-class expertise in composite materials.