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Top 7 Second Quarter 2019 Aerospace Trade Shows and Conferences

Posted by Clare McGarrey on March 26, 2019

Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Americas (MRO) April 9 – 11 (2019)               MRO Americas is a major event to exchange ideas and best practices with the Aerospace community. Exhibitions will include new suppliers, technology, tools, and services featuring conferences with the CEO of Delta Air Lines and a golf … Continue reading “Top 7 Second Quarter 2019 Aerospace Trade Shows and Conferences”

Is Insulation Resistance Testing Important?

Posted by Clare McGarrey on February 26, 2019

  Do you know what that color coating on the outside of a wire is called? It is called insulation. And did you know that the day that wire is developed, the insulation of the wire starts to age and deteriorate? Unfortunately, it is true. Wire insulation is not like a fine wine; it does … Continue reading “Is Insulation Resistance Testing Important?”

How Many Breaches are There in the Wiring of a 20-Year-Old F-16?

Posted by John Ashour on October 30, 2017

Two common question that InterConnect receives are: (1) “How many wiring harnesses are there in an aircraft? and (2) “How many miles of wire are there in an aircraft?” This blog will answer these questions as well as one more question which is “How many breaches are there in the wires of a 20-year-old F-16?” … Continue reading “How Many Breaches are There in the Wiring of a 20-Year-Old F-16?”

What is Arc Tracking of Kapton Insulated F-16 Wire?

Posted by John Ashour on October 23, 2017

Until 2001, all F-16’s were manufactured with wiring harnesses that contained Kapton insulated wires.  In May 2001, Lockheed Martin asked the companies who were making F-16 wiring harnesses to replace Kapton insulated wires with TKT insulated wires.  Kapton is a DuPont tradename as is TKT.  TKT stands for Teflon/Kapton/Teflon.   Kapton is a light-weight insulation … Continue reading “What is Arc Tracking of Kapton Insulated F-16 Wire?”

How Many Breaches in F-16 Wire Insulation is Acceptable?  

Posted by John Ashour on October 16, 2017

Occasionally a customer will ask InterConnect how many breaches in a wire’s insulation is acceptable.  The answer is an easy one; there should not be any breaches in the insulation of any wire inside an aircraft.  So why is that? And, what is a breach? A breach in the insulation of a wire is when … Continue reading “How Many Breaches in F-16 Wire Insulation is Acceptable?  “

What Are The Options For Replacing Kapton Insulated Wire?

Posted by Randall Robinson on August 21, 2017

  Lead paint is a hazard. In fact, most places in the US have regulations on how exactly lead paint is to be removed. If you live in a home with lead paint, then you live knowing a lethal time bomb sits idle on your walls. Old wiring is much the same in the aircraft … Continue reading “What Are The Options For Replacing Kapton Insulated Wire?”

What is Crosslinked Tefzel Insulated Wire and Spec 55 Wire?

Posted by Colton Peel on July 10, 2017

Lately InterConnect’s enlightening blogs have been focusing on Kapton insulated wire and TKT insulated wire. This time we will discuss a different type of wire used on F-15 and F-18 military jets as well as commercial aircraft including the Boeing B737, B747, B757, B767, B777 as well as the Airbus A320, A330, and A340. Crosslinked … Continue reading “What is Crosslinked Tefzel Insulated Wire and Spec 55 Wire?”

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We are the sole licensee of Lockheed Martin for F-16 electrical products. Through this agreement, we have access to Lockheed Martin’s F-16 engineering data, tooling and configuration control information. We also have a Technical Services agreement with Sikorsky for all of their aircraft. This agreement allows us to obtain their engineering data needed to rewire helicopters that Sikorsky manufactures.

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