Baffle seal friction causes airframe vibration and destroys cowls
Typical silicone rubber baffle seals have a coefficient of friction among the highest of any known material. This friction transfers engine vibration into your cowl and firewall causing
fastener fretting, fatigue, cracking, chafing and airframe vibration.
Cowl Saver™ has 30 times less friction!
Low friction saves you money!
Precision laser engraved flex pattern ensures optimum flexibility/stiffness combination for maximum cooling and minimum friction.
For more information, please read Customized Flexibility for Optimal Cooling.
|CS085X18X36G||18 in X 36 in|
|CS085X36X36G||36 in X 36 in|
|CS085X3X36GBF||3 in X 36 in with Bi-Flex™|
|CS085X3X108GBF||3 in X 108 in with Bi-Flex™|
|CS085X3X156GBF||3 in X 156 in with Bi-Flex™|
Thickness: 0.085 inches
Convenient Baffle Seal Repair Kits also available.
Note: For proper function, install Cowl Saver™ material so that only the low friction (black) side touches the cowl's inside surface. Carefully plan the baffle seal installation before cutting the material.
For more information visit Baffle Seal Kits.
Baffle seals created using this product are protected by U.S. Patent No. US 8,070,099 B2.
Complete Engine Baffles for Cessna, Piper, Beechcraft, Mooney, and Grumman also available.
|Product Feature: Cowl Saver|
|Cowl Saver Baffle Seal Material - Black side against cowling|
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