T-KALIP crashworthy seats absorb ground impact vertical energy by stroking downward relative to the aircraft floor at a load which is preset to approach the upper limit of human spinal compressive tolerance.
Custom design capabilities
Expert and experienced manufacturing team
Large machinery capacity, multi-axis machining expertise
Measuring, inspecting, testing infra-structure and application
High volume production ability
Effective planning with ERP / MRP usage
On time delivery
Large inventory management for sub parts and spare parts
Tested on sled test labrotaries with FAA-Hybrid III Test dummies. Very high repeatability in attenuating performance during the tests.
Tested according to MIL-S-85510
Gives protection from the 5th percentile female to 95th percentile male.
NOT affected from temperature changes. (-32°C to +49°C)
NO maintenance required.
Compact structure saves space at the back of the seat.
Efficiently used stroking distance saves space under the seat.
Suitable for various applications, wall or floor mounted.