Posted on: 11 January 2016 by Ross McSweeny
Icelandair has become the first 767 operator to select STG Aerospace’s saf-Tglo SuperSeal UltraLite (SSUL) photoluminescent floorpath lighting.
Continuing its relationship with STG Aerospace, Icelandair is in the process of upgrading its 757 fleet from saf-Tglo SuperSeal Lite (SSL) to the new SSUL version, and has signed a commitment to purchase 12 737MAX aircraft which Boeing will deliver factory-fitted with SSUL in 2018.saf-Tglo, first introduced by STG Aerospace in 1995, is installed on 10,000 aircraft. According to the manufacturer, SSUL is the highest performing photoluminescent floorpath marking system available, is 17% brighter than its SSL predecessor and 70% lighter, helping to reduce airline fuel costs even further.SSUL’s reduced profile makes it an optimal match for modern light weight carpets and with over 300 colours. In addition, carpet edges can be concealed with the OverCarpet polycarbonate housing option that features a hinged-wing design and removes the need for carpet binding, reducing costs and enhancing the appearance of the cabin.