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PITCH PF3000 secures EASA 16g certification

Posted 10 May 2018 · Add Comment

Seating company PITCH has announced it has received EASA ETSO C127b (16g) certification for its PF3000 seat.


The UK company launched its PF3000 fixed recline seat at AIX Hamburg last year.

“Following on from our C39b (9g) approvals in 2017 this allows the PF3000 to be installed in high density configurations with full HIC compliance,” said director Gary Doy. “After a punishing 16g HIC test. Our dummies were bruised but still in working order!”

The seat is designed for single aisle Boeing and Airbus aircraft.

 

 

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