EAA Chapter 25

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Stewart Systems Covering Workshop

Filed under: Technical Articles — admin at 2:31 pm on Saturday, July 4, 2009

When: August 14, 15 16, 2009
Time: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Where: Lake Elmo Airport (21D) at Valters maintenance hanger
Cost: $360.00 per person

Contact: Lynn Riggs at 651-489-1836 or 612-508-0988 or email [email protected]

Solvent based products are facing scrutiny from the EPA and more regulations are predicted to come. We know there are health concerns using solvent based products. What if you could have an aircraft finishing product that provided excellent results AND was safe to use?

The Stewart Systems covering classes takes your from start to finish and provides you with the knowledge and hands on experience before starting your project. Learn about surface prep, how to use our EkoBond glue to attach fabric to the framework. Watch as the loose fabric tightens up underneath the iron. You will learn to rib stitch using the “Beechcraft Stagerwing Knot” Learn how to lay finishing tapes around tight radiuses without bias tapes! See how to lay down the best UV fabric protection available with our EkoFill. Finish up your test sample by spraying a tough, flexible, and shiny topcoat on with our 2-part EkoPoly paint. All materials will be supplied.

Consider these benefits:

· Low odor

· Non Flammable

· Non Hazardous

· Environmentally Friendly

· Cleans up with Water

· STC’d for use with any certified fabric

· STC’d use of the “Beech knot” the fastest and easiest rib stitch knot to learn

· Best UV protection available

· Most economical finishing system available

· Durable, flexible, shiny, and chemical resistant finish

· Tested and Certified above FAR part 23 standards

· In use by many top restorers and manufacturers world wide

· Over 15 years of proven success

To learn more about Stewart Systems products Visit http://www.stewartsystems.aero/

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