For over 60 years, SEM employees have been producing high quality coatings for the automotive industry. It is no surprise that SURE-COAT made it's way into the aerospace industry.
Aerospace SURE-COAT is recommended by Boeing for interior decorative coatings (BAC 5755) and is also used by many commercial airlines. Chances are, if you've traveled on a commercial airline in the last few years, you've already flown with SEM!
Due to the flexibility of Aerospace SURE-COAT, you wouldn't know the difference between a new seat and one that has been professionally restored with the SEM process.
The SEM AEROSPACE SURE-COAT process (SCLA-101), cleans, repairs, and restores interiors to a like-new condition without changing the aircraft’s burn certification. All products have passed vertical burn testing requirements under Federal Aviation Regulations and have been shown not to add flammability to the aircraft interior surfaces.
“We (FAA) find that the SEM SCLA-101 process is acceptable for repairing and restoring leatheraircraft interior parts that are required to comply with 14 CFR Parts 23.853, 25.853(a) and (c), 27.853 and 29.853. For these requirements, no additional flammability testing is required."
To request a copy of the FAA Approval letter please email Customer Service at, Cust_Care@semproducts.com.