General Information on Composite Potted-In Inserts
Composite Potted-In Inserts are used to attach and fasten honeycomb sandwich structures. These are commonly referred to as "Wall Panel Inserts" or "Floating Inserts" because they are widely used in aircraft walls and stowage bins to fasten panels to each other and to the aircraft structure. However, potted inserts can be used anywhere a fastener is desired, particularly where blind holes that do not pass all the way through the panel are needed or where inserts must be "flush" with the panel skin. Once the hole is drilled and insert installed, adhesive bonding is added to hold it in place.
Made from a high-tech composite thermoplastic, our inserts are corrosion free, light weight, high strength and low cost.
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Composite Potted-In Inserts are used in many Industries
Marketing Master Potted In Inserts are found everywhere, from the floor panels of an aircraft, to the wall panel on semi-trucks, satellite nose cones, general assemblies and much, much more.
Marketing Masters' Potted-In Inserts are:
The National Aerospace Standards were established to ensure that all components meet and exceed quality and performance standards. Marketing Masters' AEP 1033, 1034, 1035 and 1036 series potted-in inserts, are your composite alternative to the old NAS Standard for metal inserts NAS 1833, 1834, 1835 and 1836.