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Scroth Safety Products launches revolutionary lap belt airbag for commercial aviation
Tuesday, 14 June 2022

Scroth Safety Products, a leading manufacturer of innovative occupant protection and restraint systems for customized applications in aerospace, defense, and motorsport, is introducing its new and advanced Passenger Lap Belt Airbag at the 2022 Aircraft Interiors Expo held in Hamburg, Germany.

The all new Scroth Lap Belt Airbag System is the signature product for commercial aviation passenger restraint solutions. Building on Scroth's extensive experience with inflatable passenger safety products in commercial and business aviation, the Scroth Lap Belt Airbag System delivers the next generation of passenger airbag solutions.

The system's groundbreaking, patent-pending design is suitable for passenger seating applications in all commercial passenger classes. It is the ideal occupant safety solution for critical front row, exit row, and business class seats. The design meets the latest FAA and EASA rules on head impact, neck injury, head rotation, rebound, and chest acceleration, while it has been optimized for passenger comfort with a soft and comfortable packaging.

A key feature of the new product is its unique airbag shape which covers a wide spectrum of seating configurations, thus avoiding recurring design and test iterations, and substantially reducing engineering and certification costs.

"Airbag solutions are crucial to guarantee passenger safety on certain seat positions but, traditionally, their qualification has caused substantial non-recurring cost. Our innovative airbag design now allows seat manufacturers and operators to qualify their preferred LOPA with less effort and cost," said Martin Nadol, CEO for Scroth Safety Products.

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Schroth Safety Products GmbH Seat Belts
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