EnduroSharp™ Products

Torlon® Aircraft Maintenance Tools

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Torlon® Scraper Blade (TSB)

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Torlon® Gap Blade (TGB)

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Torlon® Gap Filler Removal (GFR) Bits

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Torlon® Gap Filler Removal (GFR) Discs

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Torlon® Scraper Blade Sharpener

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For decades, aircraft maintenance personnel have searched for a non-metallic scraper tool or sealant remover tool that could hold an effective edge, but not damage aircraft structures, like aluminum and composite. From sharpened acrylic, polycarbonate, and fiber reinforced plastics, nothing worked.

That’s why Performance Plastics created the patented EnduroSharp™ line of Torlon® Aircraft Maintenance Tools. These nonmetallic scraper tools hold a superior edge and are extremely durable for removing sealants, adhesives, and coatings. What’s more, maintenance personnel no longer have to resort to sharpened putty knives, scribes, and utility blades.

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“In more than 25 years of aircraft maintenance experience in removing sealants, adhesives, and coatings I have never found a non-metallic hand scraper tool that holds up to the use. The EnduroSharp™ Torlon® scraper blades not only hold a superior edge, but are extremely durable. These scraper blades change the game in coating removal!”

-F-35 Joint Strike Fighter Maintainer-

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“For decades, aircraft maintainers have searched for a non-metallic sealant and coatings scraper that would hold an effective edge, but not pose a threat to aircraft structures, like aluminum and composite. They’ve tried sharpened acrylic, polycarbonate, phenolic, and fiber reinforced plastics of all kinds.  Nothing has really worked, and often maintainers have resorted to sharpened putty knives, scribes, and utility blades.  Finally, a non-metallic blade system comes along that actually works.  The Torlon scraper system is like “The Holy Grail” of non-metallic scraper blades.  No toolbox for working with removal of coatings from composites and sensitive structures should be without them.”

-Aerospace Repair Developer-