AIM Altitude utilizes Chameleon process on Challenger 600 fleet

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AIM Altitude, which has more than 10 years’ experience in applying decorative finishes to aircraft interior components, has been involved in the revitalization of a fleet of Challenger 600 series aircraft. The Chameleon process was used by AIM Altitude’s Composites division to contribute to the fleet’s new modern look.

AIM Altitude says the Chameleon process’s advantages over veneer include lighter weight, better FST characteristics, and increased flexibility for use on profiled contours. A variety of finishes are available – including high gloss, satin and matt.

The Chameleon process has been used on aircraft types including the B747, B737, B777, A320, A380 and B787.

April 21, 2016

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