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127 Mapaero


10 Avenue de la Rijole, Parniers, F-09100, France T: + 33 5 34 01 34 01 F: + 33 5 61 60 23 30 E: c.scheel@mapaero.com W: www.mapaero.com Contact name: Jean-Francois Brachotte


Mapaero is the specialist in paints for aerospace. We supply a wide range of approved products that meet with new European requirements for enviromental protection. We manufacture a wide range of water based paints for cabins that are approved by Airbus and Eurocopter. These products are available in any colour and can be customized on customer request concerning texture, colour effect or appearance peach feel / soft feel / translucent / pearl effect / flip colour change / leather effect…). In addition we manufacture approved exterior, structure and special paints for many airframe manufacturer/MRO's/ subcontractor and airlines arround the world.


Exhibiting on the Wulfmeyer Aircraft Interior GmbH & Co KG stand.


1C6 Mark IV Luminator 1E22


900 Klein Road, Plano, Texas, 75074, United States T: + 1 972 881 8914 F: + 1 972 881 8900 E: lapsales@luminatorusa.com W: www.luminatorusa.com Contact name: Melissa Parsons


Luminator’s core competency is the design and manufacturing of interior and exterior lighting systems for a variety of fixed and rotor wing aircraft. The company uses a broad range of lighting technologies in its products, including advanced LED, incandescent, fluorescent, halogen, infrared and high intensity discharge (HID). Our interior lighting include: Mood/LED Cabin lighting, EGRESS, Instrument Panel, Cockpit, Cargo, Dome, Ordinance Signs, Cabin, NVIS compatible lighting, Passenger Information Signs. Our exterior lighting include: Searchlights; HID/IR Dual Mode, Single White and Tri-mode, Landing, Navigational, Position, De-ice, Logo lights.


Matzen & Timm GmbH


Nordportbogen 2, Norderstedt, 22848, Germany T: + 49 40 8532 1234 F: + 49 40 8587 23 E: dirk.baumann@matzen-timm.de W: www.matzen-timm.de Contact name: Dirk Baumann


Matzen & Timm (M&T)supplies highly specified hoses, bellows and special form-parts made from various elastomere rubbers for various applications in different industries. Wherever precision and durability is requested, the hand- made products of M&T come in place: The air- distribution system in the newest AIRBUS A 380 is just another typical example. Main characteristics of all products are light-weight construction in combination with high mechanical strength, flexibility, temperature resistance, latest safety properties (flame, smoke, toxicity).The experience of more than 30 years as a reliable and approved supplier in business is a major advantage. M&T is your strong partner in aviation.


3C21


Marion Aircraft Supply


20312 Hermana Circle, Lake Forest, CA92630, United States T: + 1 949 837 1006 F: + 1 949 837 2222 E: info@marionaircraft.com Contact name: Frau Julie Tauvaga


Marion Aircraft has been in the textile business for 60 years, exclusively serving the aviation market since 1986. Marion Aircraft is a distributor of fine upholstery fabrics, in-stock leather, headliner material and innovative flooring. Marion Aircraft provides exceptional hand-made and machine-made custom carpets from Rodeo Carpet Mills. Marion Aircraft represents Glen Eden Wool Carpet, who ensures a seven day turnaround on a selection of aviation carpets in stylish textures and distinctive colours. All products meet FAA regulations and are shipped with proper identification. Exhibiting on the Hanse Aerospace Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH stand.


4C5


Markitwise International Ltd.


4B20


Homme Castle, Shelsley Walsh,Worcester,Worcestershire, WR6 6RR, UK T: + 44 (0) 1886 812 427 F: + 44 (0) 1886 812 243 E: sales@markitwise.co.uk W: www.markitwise.co.uk Contact name: Mr Jon Miles


Markitwise International Ltd (stand-sharing with Servecorp Ltd) will be exhibiting the LVS88 Secure Life Vest Stowage for economy seating. This product gives the benefits of both increased security and reduced aircraft search and turnaround times. When secured with the Markitwise unique tamper-evident seal, the stowage, meets the United States Transportation Security Administration (US TSA) criteria for an acceptable sealed life vest holder. Three model sizes are available, with various fixing methods for each model. Exhibiting on the Servecorp Ltd stand.


Maxon Motor AG


Brunigstrasse 220, Sachseln, CH-6072, Switzerland T: + 41 41 666 1500 F: + 41 41 666 1650 E: info@maxonmotor.com W: www.maxonmotor.com Contact name: Mr Felix Herger


Brushless and brushed DC motors with ironless rotors and assigned outputs of up to 500 watts – Brushless flat motors with iron cores and outputs of up to 90 watts – Spur and planetary gearheads and customized special gears – Feedback devices – Servoamplifiers and positioning control units – Innovative CIM and MIM components – Customer-specific drives.


2D20


Proven on over 1000 flights Visit us on stand 4D15


www.aeromobile.net


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