1980-08-01

Progress Update – Electrically Heated Windshields 800878

AirconR Electrically Heated Acrylic is designed to provide anti-ice capability for aircraft acrylic windshields. The product has been in the market since 1977 and offers a positive alternative to gold film technology. The Aircon in Acrylic heating system is adaptable to low voltage general aviation requirements and to high voltage commercial and military aircraft. Specific items discussed are advantages in comparison to gold film technology, performance and durability from field service and testing view points, and a positive solution to the precipitative static phenomena in electrically heated acrylic windshields.

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