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Polarized Outer Cabin Window (Fixed Pane without knob)



 
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List Price: $390.00
Our Price: $281.50
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Availability:: Usually Ships in 1 to 2 Weeks
Product Code: 251411-1

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OEM P/N: 251411-1

Includes: One (1) Outer Window with Protective Peel-off Paper

Description: Polarized Outer Cabin Window - Fixed Pane without knob

Cee Bailey’s Aircraft Plastics, Inc., carries FAA/PMA polarized, round window elements for all of the King Air series of aircraft, including the C90,C90A, E90, F90, 100, 200, 250, 300 & 350 Airliners. These polarized aircraft window elements perform as sunlight control systems for the passenger cabin on King Air aircraft. Instead of using curtains or blinds, these polarized elements provide full control of sunlight by each passenger, from bright clear vision to near opaque black, by the simple rotation of a window knob. The outer polarizer is stationary, and the inner (the passenger one, with knob) rotates around freely in either direction offering many gradations between clear or the darkest position. When turned to the maximum darkest position, there is maximum reduced heat transferred for the passenger.

These polarizer’s meet or exceed all OEM specifications and performance criteria. Designed to replace the OEM polarizer’s in the King Air series, these 2 part, FAA/PMA approved elements are installed exactly as the OEM, and perform the same function, fit and form as the OEM elements, at a much more economical cost than the OEM pricing.

You do not have to buy both outer (without knobs) and inner (with knobs) as a set, they are available separately for independent replacement, or, you can purchase a whole aircraft set when performing a complete refurbishment on the aircraft.

• Quick service and shipping of Polarizers
• FAA/PMA approved manufacturer
• Excellent quality
• Proven design and great functionality

In order to get maximum life out of your polarizers, we suggest a post-flight check to turn all panes to the non-polarized(clearest) position. This will prolong the life of your inner polarizer, by allowing the least amount of heat buildup on the inner pane. If left in the darkest position, heat buildup will eventually burn out, bubble or make the inner pane turn a brown hue. Stationary panes can be changed out in approximately two hours, on aircraft with separate reveals around each window.

* - Stretched acrylic windows - comply with AD #85-01-01 & #91-12-11
** - Stretcher acrylic multi-ply windows - comply with AD #85-01-01 & #91-12-11

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