04 Apr 2016

Leading cabin lighting company STG Aerospace is delighted to launch its latest innovation in photoluminescent floor path system technology saf-Tglo® blu, which is the world’s first blue-glowing photoluminescent floor path marking system.

Based on the proven technology of the original and market-leading saf-Tglo® photoluminescent range, the unique and patented design of saf-Tglo® blu shifts from the traditional green glow to a cool blue glow to enhance the cabin aesthetics without compromising passenger safety.

saf-Tglo® blu meets the same critical regulatory performance standards as all saf-Tglo® systems and offers airlines and interior designers a new solution to improve cabin aesthetics by providing a pleasing blue glow in low light or dark conditions, and is ideal to blend with airline branding colour schemes and to harmonize with the latest LED mood lighting systems.

Like every saf-Tglo® system, saf-Tglo® blu requires no power source and is fully charged by the cabin lighting within minutes.  100% reliable, it significantly reduces maintenance and operational costs.

Part of the latest generation SuperSeal UltraLite® range, saf-Tglo® blu is the narrowest, lightest and most discrete floor path marking solution available and is available in over 300 colours and can be supplied with an OverCarpet™ option to hide and conceal carpet edges.

Nigel Duncan, STG Aerospace’s Chief Executive, commented:

“saf-Tglo® is the photoluminescent floor path marking system of choice for almost every major aircraft OEM and over 300 airlines around the world.  saf-Tglo® blu is a great example of how STG Aerospace continues to invest in product development and beautifully bridges the gap between critical safety performance and cabin aesthetics.  Since 1995, we have led the field in the development of photoluminescent aircraft lighting - offering the best-in-class solution in terms of performance, design and through-life costs.”

STG Aerospace will be launching saf-Tglo® blu at the Aircraft Interiors Expo in Hamburg, 5th-7th April - stand 6B41.