Cabin Interiors

Diverse range of products leveraging Reinhold’s breadth of composite and metal capabilities

Cabin Interior products range from individual components to complex, tight-tolerance assemblies

  • Composite Seating Structures
    • Products require a higher level of precision and conformance

    • Products must meet strength, fire worthiness and other thresholds

    • Requires technically differentiated production capabilities

    Composite vs. Metal Seatbacks
    • Half the weight of metal pieces

    • Better anti-corrosive properties

    • Can combine multiple components into monocoque configurations for greater flexibility

    • Higher strength with greater durability

    • Business Class Seatback

    • Economy Class Seat Pan

    • Economy Class Seatback

    • Economy Class Seatback

    • Economy Class Seatback

    • Economy Class Seatback

Mechanical Products & Assemblies

    • Business Class Armrest

    • Business Class Headrest

    • Economy Class Headrest

    • Footrest - Dual Paddle

    • Footrest - Single Paddle

Market Drivers

  • Global demand for air travel – Original equipment manufacturers (“OEMs”), industry groups and the FAA forecast growing demand for air travel over the next 20 years given positive macroeconomic trends, particularly in emerging markets

  • Strong outlook for deliveries – Significant order volumes since 2010 and new product introductions support strong ongoing production rates

  • Increased wide body demand – Increased demand for air travel coupled with airport capacity constraints in developed markets are increasing demand for higher capacity aircraft

  • Increased premium and feature-packed seating – Competitive differentiation across premium products and demand for in-flight entertainment driving seat selection and replacement

  • Increased composite content – Requirements for weight reduction and reduced part counts plus the design flexibility of composites driving increasing demand for composites

  • Growing installed base – Market share of composite seating is growing which drives a larger installed base and recurring aftermarket volume from refurbishment

Composite seatbacks save approximately $50,000 in fuel per wide body aircraft per year

Work to OEM Customers

  • Specifications and Requirements

    • Work closely with customer’s and Customer design teams
    • Review Customer product concepts and Customer performance criteria for manufacturability to Customer requirements
    • Tooling creation and optimization
  • Certification

    • Work closely with Customer Certification teams

    • Engage Customer to support all Pre-Production effort, build and test “Certification” hardware to support dynamic testing and Certification to Customer designs/specifications

  • Production

    • Work closely with Customer management, manufacturing, and Production Teams to ensure smooth transition to full-rate production

    • Provide value-added “upper assembly” content including composite seatbacks, composite seat pans, headrests, footrests, armrests and video brackets per Customer Design Dwgs

    • 12827 East Imperial Highway

    • Santa Fe Springs

    • CA

    • 90670

    • United States

    • 562-944-3281

  • Cabin Interiors | Aerospace Composite Manufacturer

  • Diverse range of products of composite and metal capabilities. Cabin Interiors products range from individual components to complex, tight-tolerance assemblies.