Braking System

Disk brakes, which are used in both military and commercial aircraft, generate a great amount of heat during landing. A thermal insulation component is required to isolate the hot disk from the tire and strut frame that leads into the aircraft. This insulation component must also withstand extreme compressive force of up to 10,000 psi when the disk and wheel are bolted together during installation, as well as every time the braking system is inspected or repaired. The shaft of the braking system can also be. 


It is composed of a medium weight glass reinforcement combined with a silicone resin system.


P95 consists of woven glass fabric with polyimide resin.