Sherwin Williams - CASE STUDIES
Today aviation coatings specifiers and painters ASK for Sherwin-Williams Aerospace Coatings to provide quality coating systems and technical support to the global commercial, military, business jet and general aviation marketplace.
Sherwin-Williams Aerospace Coatings is an industry leader in innovation and technology solutions with its certified products, top-rated services and knowledgeable team of field technicians and distributors.
Royal Aircraft Services Comes Through for Cape Air with Sherwin-Williams Aerospace Coatings
When its planes require refurbishment and painting, Cape Air calls on Royal Aircraft Services, an FAA-certified repair station located in Hagarstown (MD) Regional Airport. Its skilled mechanics and paint technicians, averaging more than 25 years of experience, in turn, call on Sherwin-Williams to paint Cape Air aircraft.
"At Thrush our vision is to build the safest, most dependable aircraft in the industry, using only the best components and craftsmanship to ensure a lifetime of productivity and value for our customers," explains Eric Rojek, Thrush Aircraft Vice President. "Agricultural aircraft work under some of the most extreme conditions and environments of any aircraft." These are rough duty aircraft, and demand a paint that excels in rough duty. That is why Thrush Aircraft opts for Sherwin-Williams Aerospace Coatings Jet Glo® for all painted parts.
New Promises in Paint - Aviation Maintenance Magazine
A coating process originally from the automotive industry is being developed for all-around use in aerospace. Paint manufacturers say it’s efficient, long lasting and will reduce weight. It’s basecoat-clearcoat. Read about it in an Aviation Maintenance magazine interview with Sherwin-Williams Aerospace’s Julie Voisin and other manufacturers and MRO professionals.
WHERE ARE SHERWIN WILLIAMS PRODUCTS BEING USED?
MIL-PRF-85285 in Action
Aircraft paint brands like Sherwin-Williams are trusted in the industry. Where is MIL-PRF-85285 used? This polyurethane coating is approved for use throughout the Department of Defense as an aerospace grade topcoat. United States Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force aircraft use MIL-PRF-85285.