Here, we’re installing Fiberfrax and Stainless Steel onto the wing-roots as the factory-recommended fire protection for this area. As you can see, I’ve made a kraft paper template, then a rigid cardboard template, then cut the Fiberfrax, and still had to trim the stainless some after cutting the pattern out of it.

Paper Templates

Cardboard Template and Fiberfrax

Wing Root Fiberfrax in Place

Stainless Installed

Roll Push-Pull Cable Fire Sleeve


Posted By: Brett Ferrell
Tuesday May 10th, 2005 at 6:19 PM

Categories: Wing Root Fire Protection
Tags: Building Fire Protection Wings

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