The Seat-to-Seat Clip is made from lightweight and heat-stabilised PA66 thermoplastic. It is permanently anchored by the manufacturer to the seat frame and is available in two versions – for attachment with a screw or rivet or with a push-in arrowhead for hole mounting.
Technicians on Airbus A350 XWB aircraft can open and close the seat clip by hand without the need for tools. This makes the reconfiguration process simpler and faster.
"We have integrated all our cable tie know-how into the design of this simple and reusable fastening component", says Burkhard Croener, Aerospace Market Manager at HellermannTyton.
"The engineers at Airbus and Dassault are convinced that using our seat-to-seat clip halves the time it takes to detach and re-install the seat cabling for inflight entertainment in first and business class", he adds.
Unlike other cable fastening parts, the Seat-to-Seat Clip is re-usable. As a result, there are no remnants of cut cable ties (FOD) that can block the runners in the cabin floor.
HellermannTyton’s competence developing plastic parts for application in aircraft stems from over 30 years of industry expertise. The company’s fastening products meet the high standards requirements of the aviation industry.
Visitors to the Aircraft Interiors Expo 2018 in Hamburg, Germany, can see the Seat-to-Seat Clip up close at HellermannTyton’s stand in Hall 6 – Hanse Pavillion, 6C90.
An overview of HellermannTyton’s development competence for the aerospace industry is available here:
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