HEATCON Composite Systems

Seattle,  WA 
United States
  • Booth: 462

HEATCON Composite Systems has over 35 years of expertise to develop innovative products from design to delivery. Since 1981, the aerospace industry has relied on our equipment and services to repair composite flight controls and other main aircraft parts. We are an established leading manufacturer of hot bonders and heat blankets and a supplier of certified composite materials that meet BMS specifications such as prepreg, film adhesive, and bagging consumables. As an ISO 9001:2008/AS9100C/AS9120A certified company we uphold quality in our product and in our technical services for our customers. Our commitment and knowledge allows us to continuously improve composite repair technology for aircraft manufacturers, airlines, maintenance repair organizations (MRO), and defense organizations. Visit www.heatcon.com to learn more about our products and services.


 Products

  • HCS9300E Thermocouple Expansion Unit
    This device expands thermocouple channels from 20 inputs on the HCS9200B to 40 or 60 inputs total. Increasing the channels significantly expands the capability of heat controlling and monitoring across complex and/or large aircraft structure surfaces....

  • The HCS9300E Series Thermocouple Expansion Unit is a device that expands the thermocouple channels from the 20 inputs available on the HCS9200B Hot Bonder to 40 or 60 inputs total.

    Increasing thermocouple channels in the HCS9200B Hot Bonder significantly expands the capability of heat controlling and monitoring across complex and/or large aircraft structure surfaces.

    Available models:
    • HCS9320E – 20 TC Expansion Unit
    • HCS9340E – 40 TC Expansion Unit

    Standard Features:
    • Allows for an additional 20 or 40 thermocouple inputs
    • Available for Type J or Type K thermocouples
    • Cure data recorded/stored on connected hot bonder
    • Data activity light indicates proper connection
    • Internally stored calibration data with serial number
    • HEATCON hot bonder Rev 18 (or later) required