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MI-15® ABLATIVE MATERIAL

Lockheed Martin's MI-15® is a low density, room temperature curing, ablator/insulator which has been used extensively for thermal protection on aircraft and launch vehicles. In aircraft engine applications, continuous use temperatures range between 300-600°F. The MI-15® material has been certified for fire proof protection of fan thrust reversers per FAR Part 25.1181a and FAA Advisory Circular AC 20-135. The material is a filled elastomeric silicone which is available in either a sprayable or trowelable form. The sprayable material (Type I) can be applied using standard spray equipment for large area primary applications. The trowelable/moldable material (Type II) can be used for small area applications or as a repair material for damage to the sprayable insulation.

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MI-15® TOPCOAT

Lockheed Martin's MI-15® Topcoat is a tough, fiber filled elastomeric material that extends the life of the thermal protection materials. MI-15® Topcoat is durable and abrasion resistant which provides outstanding protection of the underlying insulation against hot hydraulic and other aircraft fluids. MI-15® Topcoat is highly cost effective compared to other protective materials, proving its value on commercial jet airliner fleets everyday. MI-15® Topcoat is applied by spraying, with a typical application thickness of twenty thousandths of an inch.

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MA-25S® ABLATIVE MATERIAL

Lockheed Martin's MA-25S® is a medium density, room temperature curing, ablator/insulator, which has been used extensively for thermal protection on aircraft and space launch vehicles. On the Space Shuttle, short duration exposure to temperatures exceeding 1200°F may be encountered. In aircraft engine applications, continuous use temperatures range between 300-600°F. The MA-25S® material has been FAA certified for fire proof protection of fan thrust reversers per FAR Part 25.1181a and FAA Advisory Circular AC 20-135. The material is a filled elastomeric silicone which is available in either a sprayable or trowelable form. The sprayable material (Type I) can be applied using standard spray equipment for large area primary applications. The trowelable/moldable material (Type II) can be used for small area applications or as a repair material for damage to the sprayable insulation. MA-25S® can also be obtained in precured sheet form for secondary bonding applications.

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