ST Engineering unveils anti-microbial coating solution to meet aviation requirements

ST Engineering has launched for the first time an anti-microbial coating solution with fusion resonance technology that fully meets aviation requirements. The solution called Plasma ResoShield is able to neutralize pathogens before they land on surfaces. The innovative neutralizing capacity of this solution promises high-impact protection lasting up to a year upon application. This solution will give more options to operators looking to disinfect and keep their cabin interiors safe through a robust and lasting solution.

Ling Meng Geah, Head, Program Office, Cabin Interiors, ST Engineering said, “The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we view and manage air travel. We are committed to using our aviation and certification expertise to work with our airline customers and industry partners to help increase passengers’ confidence and comfort in flying. The launch of Plasma ResoShield is one such example of using innovative and enduring cabin interior solutions to enhance flying experience and safety.”

The solution is non-corrosive, non-flammable non-toxic has anti-bacterial and deodorizing properties that help to improve the cabin air quality for a more pleasant flight. ST Engineering carried out extensive testing for over six months to come up with this solution that meets specific and stringent aviation requirements. Apart from this they also ran a comprehensive list of airworthiness and certification tests on Plasma ResoShield, which has been tested and approved for use in aircraft cabin interiors under European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) design organization approval.

ST Engineering had worked with partners to carry out extensive product testing over a period of six months to demonstrate the solution’s anti-microbial efficacy and durability.

To ensure that the solution meets specific and stringent aviation requirements, ST Engineering also ran a comprehensive list of airworthiness and certification tests on Plasma ResoShield, which has been tested and approved for use in aircraft cabin interiors under European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) design organization approval.