Lonseal became an aviation industry leader because of our featherweight feature in our aircraft flooring products. Our aircraft flooring is more than 30% lighter than standard NTF products. Our material’s light weight and our high strength-to-weight ratio are most often specified by many aircraft designers and airplane manufacturers. Lonseal’s aircraft construction is specifically designed to support the increasing demands of today’s aircraft industry.
Lonseal’s clients include airlines, manufacturers and MROs. Our products can be found in the entrance, galley, flight deck and lavatory areas of nearly every type of aircraft. We also meet Boeing and COMAC material specifications and FAA safety standards.
From jumbo passenger jets to cargo carriers, and from charter helicopters to private planes, Lonseal’s aircraft flooring has an unparalleled range of surfaces, such as moisture resistance, slip resistance, sound dampening, and flame retardant that have proven themselves in countless installations. Our wide-width, sheet vinyl makes seam welding virtually obsolete. Our proven multi-layer technology protects product color and pattern fidelity against both the toughest traffic and the test of time. This ensures Lonseal’s resilient finishes durable in every kind of environment.
Lonseal products also meets the criteria outlined by REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals), the European Union regulation that addresses the production and use of chemical substances. REACH is quickly becoming a worldwide production standard and Lonseal is pleased to be at the forefront of this important initiative.
Our aircraft flooring also meets FAA requirements FAR 25.853a (12-second vertical flammability test) and FAR 25.793 (factor sliding friction). The LONCOIN II FEATHERWEIGHT under the AXIS collection meets Boeing D643A504.