Adhesives For Aerospace

Structural adhesives and surface treatments for the aircraft OEM and MRO industries, ready to support your process from beginning to end, across the globe. The company is listed in over 5.000 aerospace specifications.

Aerospace Adhesives

  • Spray of brush applications
  • Improves production rates
  • Excellent storage and out time stability
  • Primer reactivation not required for second-stage bonding
  • Temperature resistance
  • Adhesion to different substrates
  • Chemical resistance
  • Product safety of reactive hotmelts

Why choose LOCTITE adhesives?
› Enables large part manufacture
› Better toughness
› Durable bonding
› Bond line thickness control
› Handling and reliability
› Long shop life



NSN: 8040-01-012-8749
Physical Form: Paste
Quantity Within Each Unit Package: 1.000 quarts
Features Provided: Separate catalyst
Material: Resin
NSN: 8040-00-061-8303
Physical Form: Paste
Quantity Within Each Unit Package: 3.0 ounces
Specific Usage Design: For general purpose bonding applications
Features Provided: Separate catalyst
Color: Clear
Material: Plastic epoxy
M-BOND 200
NSN: 8040-01-027-1893
Physical Form: Liquid
Specific Usage Design: For bonding strain gages
Features Provided: Separate catalyst
Color: Clear
Material: Plastic
Supplementary Features: 28 gram bottle adhesive and 30 milliliter bottle catalyst
RTV 133
NSN: 8040-01-168-0077
Tempurature Rating: 400.0 degrees fahrenheit
Physical Form: Paste
Quantity Within Each Unit Package: 10.10 ounces
Specific Usage Design: For aircraft firewall and electrical encapsulation applications
Color: Black
Material: Silicone
Supplementary Features: 10.1 ounce in 12 ounce cartridge
How to identify a technically advanced metal & honeycomb bonding solution?
Just ask if it offers very low weight, high fatigue resistance, maximum durability and significant production costs savings. If it does, this is a LOCTITE solution.
In the honeycomb and metal assembly segment, Henkel offers metal bonding films for original construction and repair qualified to all major aerospace specifications. LOCTITE films are one component, heat curing thin film adhesives. Materials are specifically designed for maximum durability, high strength and toughness with temperature resistance designed for their operating environment.
Concerning critical aircraft components, some questions might come up
In order to preserve the structural integrity of critical aircraft components, manufacturers need the right adhesives to bond composite sub-components with excellent chemical resistance and extraordinary mechanical performance.
Henkel gives a strong answer: LOCTITE composite bonding adhesives
LOCTITE products for composite bonding fulfill all these requirements and allow engineers to create efficient structures. No fasteners are needed. They offer lower adherent thickness, let you take advantage of stiffness properties of composites and provide a separation of dissimilar
Paste adhesives: Keeping it all together
Paste adhesives are structural adhesives used to bond aluminum, stainless steel, titanium and composites either in rib-stiffened designs or in honeycomb designs.
Outperforming portfolio: LOCTITE paste adhesives
As a leader in toughened paste and film adhesives, Henkel’s aerospace group offers a complete line of pre-measured packages for paste adhesives ranging from a pudding cup to a two-part cartridge kit with static mixers.
In other words, Henkel provides exactly the paste adhesive solutions you need: one- and
two-part epoxy paste adhesive systems for potting, bonding, fairing and repair.
Why choose for LOCTITE paste adhesives?
› Improve microcrack resistance
› Reduce costs
› Bond numerous substrates
› Reduce weight in structural assemblies
› Excellent thin substrates bonding
› Provide design flexibility
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Equipment Record Folder 7510-01-065-0166

Equipment Record Folder

7510-01-065-0166 nsn

Vinyl folder with four-color camouflage pattern. Includes four vinyl envelopes and two pockets that allow grouping of similar records. Front cover has a convenient transparent window that measures 3 1/8″ x 5 1/8″. For the US Army with inscription.

7510-01-065-0166 folder

FSC: 7510

NIIN: 01-065-0166

NSN: 7510-01-065-0166

Assigned Date: 9/7/1978

INC: 77777

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Aerospace Circuit Breaker

Aerospace Circuit Breakers

Engineers who design military vehicles, aircraft, and equipment face the challenge of selecting circuit breakers that protect multimillion-dollar machines while ensuring reliable performance in mission-critical situations.

Unfortunately, many engineers assume that a circuit breaker will provide ideal protection if it meets military specifications, yet the presence or absence of a mil spec is not the most important consideration for selection. In fact, designers should exceed or even ignore mil spec in many circuit-protection applications.

More than fifty active military specifications and hundreds of private industry specifications apply to circuit breakers. Yet understanding the fundamentals of circuit breakers and their operating characteristics is a big help to designers in choosing the circuit breaker best suited for their applications.

aircraft circuit breakers

Circuit breaker types

Choosing the correct circuit breaker technology is crucial for any application. There are four kinds of circuit breaker technology to choose from:

  • thermal;
  • thermal-magnetic;
  • magnetic; and
  • high-performance.

Thermal circuit breakers are composed of a thermal actuator and mechanical latch. The actuator is made of a bimetal strip or disc that carries the current and responds to heat. Because the two metals have different rates of expansion, heat causes the bimetal to flex until it triggers a spring-loaded latching mechanism. The design can distinguish between safe in-rush and temporary current surges and harmful sustained overloads. A typical thermal circuit breaker will trip within one hour at 140 percent of its rating

Thermal circuit breakers are available with temperature-compensating elements that eliminate sensitivity to ambient temperature and track environmental conditions. Thermal circuit breakers perform consistently under harsh conditions such as shock, vibration, and temperature extremes, which suits them well for military and other demanding applications.

Magnetic circuit breakers operate on a solenoid design and trip almost instantly under short-circuit conditions. Magnetic circuit breakers are most susceptible to nuisance tripping in applications such as motor startup that experience normal current surges. To combat the magnetic characteristics, designers often combine the solenoid coil with a hydraulic delay to enhance the breaker’s tolerance to minor current surges. However, when selecting a breaker, designers should remember that even hydraulic-magnetic circuit breakers could trip ‘prematurely’ during high current surges common to volatile environments such as military vehicles and equipment.

The construction of the magnetic coil and the characteristics of the latching mechanism make magnetic circuit breakers highly susceptible to shock and vibration. Most importantly, magnetic coils generate magnetic fields that can interfere with sensitive electronic equipment. In an aircraft cockpit, where many electronic instruments are vital to the flight, magnetic circuit breakers add an unnecessary risk.

Thermal-magnetic circuit breakers possess characteristics of magnetic as well as thermal circuit breakers. High overcurrents cause the solenoid to trigger the release mechanism rapidly, while the thermal bimetal responds to prolonged low-value overloads and temporary inrush conditions. Thermal-magnetic breakers have a two-step profile trip curve.

High-performance circuit breakers are specifically designed to protect aerospace systems, off-road vehicles, and other critical applications where extreme vibration, excessive mechanical shock, and exposure to harsh environmental conditions cannot hinder performance.

aerospace cicuit breakers


Military vehicles and equipment must operate flawlessly regardless of ambient temperatures. To ensure performance it is critical for engineers to specify the appropriate circuit breaker. Designers should consider that ambient temperature could vary greatly within the same piece of equipment, depending on the location of the circuit breaker. A pressurized aircraft cabin has a stable temperature, for example, while a circuit breaker located close to the skin of the aircraft must be able to withstand extreme temperature fluctuations from varying altitudes. Ambient temperatures on some military aircraft can range from -55 degrees to 125 degrees Celsius within a single flight.

In applications where electronics are located very close together, such as in a cockpit control panel, increases in ambient temperature are common. Thermal breakers are sensitive to changes in ambient temperature. In a cold environment, the circuit breaker has a relatively long delay. Conversely, when exposed to high temperatures, thermal circuit breakers will trip at a relatively low current level. For this reason, military specifications call for temperature-compensated thermal circuit breakers, which have a second bimetal strip connected in the opposite direction to the sensing bimetal. This eliminates concerns about rising or decreasing ambient temperature.

There are many situations in which a non-compensated thermal circuit breaker will better match shifting performance requirements. At 90 C, for example, motor windings need greater protection from currents that could cause overheating than the same windings would need at -20 C. In a cold environment, a longer delay enables motors to break ‘frozen’ grease on startup, without reacting to the startup power surge.

Current rating and size

A prime consideration in designing military vehicles and equipment is weight and size. In some cases, a circuit breaker with equal or higher-than-mil-spec performance will actually weigh less and have a smaller footprint than a mil spec product of the same rating.

Most aircraft circuit breakers are designed to U.S. military specification MS 3320. This spec was issued more than 20 years ago, and since then advances in aircraft and systems technology have lead to significantly greater demands on electrical generation and distribution. Higher-rated circuit breakers are required to meet these needs. Some fighter aircraft, for example, include high-performance circuit breakers rated for 35 amps that have the same footprint of circuit breakers meeting the mil spec rating of 20 amps. (MS3320).

Military standards change relatively slowly compared to the pace of technology. Circuit breakers are becoming lighter, denser, and they increasingly meet high-performance requirements. aerospace circuit breakers, and aircraft circuit breakers are also be modified for new technology.

One example of a technology that allows circuit breakers to exceed mil specifications is dual-chamber construction. Most circuit breakers have contacts and sensing elements installed in one chamber. When arcing in the contacts occurs, heat is generated which can affect the sensing element and cause premature tripping. Dual-chamber construction isolates the two functions and eliminates the possibility of unwanted heat transfer from the contacts to the sensing elements. Dual-chamber construction enables circuit breakers to exceed mil spec tolerances in shock, vibration, altitude and endurance while reducing the weight of mil spec product.

Circuit Breakers

Aerospace circuit breakers catalog found online
Klixon circuit breakers

S67-2002 Altimeter Antenna by Sensor Systems

S67-2002 Altimeter Antenna

Product Number : S67-2002

National Stock Number: 5985-01-229-5610

MHZ: 4200-4400

Color: White


Technical Information

ABTJ Mounting Hole Quantity: 4
ACZB Frequency Rating: 4200.000 Megahertz Minimum And 4400.000 Megahertz Maximum Single Antenna Element
AJCT Electromagnetic Polarization Type: Linear Single Antenna Element
AJDB Power Rating: 1.000 Watts Average And 10.000 Watts Peak Single Antenna Element
AJDD Characteristic Impedance In Ohms: 50.0 Single Antenna Element
AXGY Mounting Method: Unthreaded Hole
CSCF Terminal Type: Connector, Receptacle Single Antenna Element
CTMN Power Gain In Decibels: 10.00 Single Antenna Element

Flush-mounted radio altimeter antenna designed to provide improved performance as well as to reduce size and weight. Small size provides ease of mounting and is ideal for most General Aviation aircraft installations.

S67-2002 antenna back

Can be purchased online from AeroBase Group, Inc.

Ground Support Equipment for F-18 Aircraft

Ground Support Equipment for F-18 Aircraft

Brake actuators are the devices that convert the compressed air force within a truck, trailer or aircraft’s air reservoir into a mechanical force, which activates the brake. But imagine one for an aircraft ground support equipment.


The size, the complexity, the strength, and the cost may be a little different then a truck brake actuator. This particular brake actuator is for an F-18 aircraft.

F-18 aircraft

These brake actuators sell between $900.00 – $3,000.00 depending on the quantity, and condition of the units. They can be ordered under the government national stock number 2530-00-010-8150.

Federal Supply Class
(FSC 2530)
Vehicular Brake Steering Axle Wheel And Track Components Catalog

This unit pictured below went to the Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

We found more information on this item on AeroBase Group website here




What goggles protect from wind and dust?

What goggles protect from wind and dust?

The US Military uses several types of goggles to protect from the elements. One of the more popular ones is listed under national stock number 8465-01-328-8268.

The goggles are designed to protect the eyes from glare of sunlight and excessive light, such as emitted by tracer bullets and from dust and wind. they are generally shaped to have facial contact around the entire periphery of the frame, and held in place by a head band. they are designed for replacement lenses and may be furnished with one or more additional sets.


Frame Material
Rubber, synthetic ADNM
Lens Material
Plastic AESG
Lens Color
Clear and neutral gray AEXD
Carrying Case
Provided AFJU
Design Type
Single aperture APGF
Lens Polarization Feature
Not included CCPK
Special Features
Designed to be worn with or without eyeglasses; ballistic protective lens

Using Services (USC):

US Marines, US Navy, US Air Force, US Army.

End items to which 8465-01-328-8268 is a component of:

  • N/A 013626324
  • N/A 013626325
  • N/A 013626323

Schedule B: 9004900000

Department Of The Army
Department Of The Air Force
U.s. Marine Corps
Department Of The Navy
New Zealand
Republic Of Korea
Nato Maintenance And Supply Agency
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