Neoprene and silicone impregnated wire coil supported fiberglass aircraft ducting meets applicable FAA and military specifications. Neoprene ducting is stocked in 10 foot lengths. Silicone ducting is stocked in 11 foot lengths. Odorless and nontoxic ducting is important in heat and vent systems. Aeroduct neoprene and silicone ducts have been fully tested by civilian, commercial and military aircraft manufacturers and approved. Buna (“nitrile”) types have odor at elevated temperatures.
CAT – 1 ply neoprene impregnated fiberglass with very closely spaced spiral copper coated high carbon steel wire inside exterior wrapped fiberglass cord. From -85 degrees F to over 350 degrees F. Aircraft type. Maximum length 10 feet. (BLACK).
SCAT – 1 ply same as CAT except with silicone rubber impregnation. From -80 degrees F to over 450 degrees F. Aircraft and industrial type. Maximum length 11 feet. (RED).
CEET – 2 ply neoprene impregnated fiberglass same as CAT except wire between plies. From -85 degrees F to over 350 degrees F. Aircraft type. Maximum length 10 feet. (BLACK).
SCEET – 2 ply same as SCAT except wire between plies. From -80 degrees F to over 500 degrees F. Aircraft and industrial type. Maximum length 11 feet. (RED).
NOTE: “WIRE SPACING” is the dimension from the crest of the wire in one coil to the crest of the wire in the next coil.
SCREWING DUCTING TOGETHER: Shorter lengths of ducting can be spliced together to eliminate previously wasted pieces. For permanent splices an adhesive needs to be applied to the ends before joining. To relieve any wire tension when cut bend end of wire in slightly.
Priced per foot.