General Information on Composite Potted-In Inserts
Composite Potted-In Inserts
Marketing Masters’ composite potted-in inserts are used to attach and fasten honeycomb sandwich structures. They’re commonly referred to as “wall panel inserts” or “floating inserts” because they are widely used in aircraft walls and stowage bins to fasten panels together and to the aircraft structure.
However, our potted inserts can be used anywhere a fastener is required, and are particularly well-suited to applications where blind holes that don’t pass all the way through the panel are needed or where inserts must be “flush” with the panel skin.
Made from Torlon®, a high-tech composite thermoplastic (see below), our potted inserts are a lightweight, high strength, corrosion resistant, and cost-effective alternative to metal inserts. Request a quote on Torlon® composite inserts or contact us to learn more.
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Composite Potted-In Inserts are Used in Numerous Industries
Marketing Masters’ potted inserts are found in myriad industries and applications, from aircraft floor panels, to wall panels on semi-trucks to satellite nose cones, general assemblies, and much, much more.
Marketing Masters' Potted-In Inserts
- Molded from a thermoplastic composite called Torlon® (see below)
- Ideal for aircraft, aerospace, transportation, electronics, and countless other industries and applications
- AS 9100 certified, ISO 9001:2015 certified, and FAA/PMA Approved.
Advantages over Metal Inserts
- 100% corrosion resistant
- Reduced weight
- High strength
- Less expensive
- Panel thickness/insert length
- Installation hole size
- Thru thread size
- NAS 1833-style thru threaded potted inserts (AEP1033)
- NAS 1834-style thru hole potted inserts (AEP1034)
- NAS 1835-style blind floating nut potted inserts (AEP1035)
- NAS 1836-style blind threaded potted inserts (AEP1036)