Three-year warranty launched for CAS’ lacquer system

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Complete Aircraft Services (CAS) is now offering a three-year warranty for its self-engineered lacquer system for aircraft interiors, which is designed to prevent cracks. The Part-145 organisation specialises in the refurbishment of Bombardier, Dassault Falcon, Cessna, Embraer and Gulfstream aircraft.

“The demands of VIP jet owners and operators are growing every day,” said Siegbert Rauch, CEO of CAS. “Therefore, we need to develop even better ideas, processes and tools, in order to be able to solve the requirements in a qualitatively outstanding and yet cost-effective manner. This applies to how and what we realise for our customers. The development and use of innovative materials such as ‘liquid metal’ are my personal passion and at the same time the unique selling point of CAS. In addition, the surrogate process allows our customers to re-certify the interior in case of insufficient documentation. Among other things we are specialised in this because quite often the documentation is not fully available at the time of sale of an aircraft. Re-certification increases the resale value for our customers.”

The company’s service portfolio includes smart refurbishment, which involves the selective repair of leather, ultra-leather, lacquers, veneers, Corian, stone, carpets and various other materials installed in aircraft. The company also provides special cleaning services for materials.

Full refurbishment services include renewing existing surfaces, embellishment, changing or rebuilding. All work is carried out and approved in compliance with aviation regulations. The company says changes   comply with either a minor change or a STC (with DOA Part-21, subpart J engineering) and thus automatically include flawless documentation.

At the same time CAS also satisfies requests for elements such as bespoke carpets, heated real stone floors, ultra-thin real stone countertops and coloured true-carbon.

The company’s home base is at Schnaittach, Germany, near to its station at Nuremberg Airport.

Image: CAS

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