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Lindstrand Technologies

Lindstrand Technologies was founded by record-breaking balloonist, Per Lindstrand . The factory has been based on the same site in England for nearly 30 years producing lighter-than-air vehicles and inflatable structures.

All stages of production from design to manufacture and quality control take place in house. Lindstrand Technologies is CAA and EASA certified as a Design and Production Organization.

Lindstrand's products include a standard range of inflatable structures and lighter-than-air vehicles as well as record breaking projects.

Lindstrand inflatable buildings are advanced portable structures that are widely used in both civil and military applications. Lindstrand specializes in air-cell, drop-stitch and super pressure technology. The current air cell production includes inflatable hangars and shelters, inflatable bespoke buildings, inflatable permanent roofs and inflatable storage and decontamination units.

The HiFlyer is a helium filled tethered balloon that lifts 30 people up to 150m. It provides passengers with a thrilling experience of a balloon flight.

Lindstrand lighter-than-air portfolio includes aerostats, manned and unmanned airships, and gas balloon. All of them are built to specific demands of the customers.

With unique production and testing facilities, and spirit of innovation and adventure inherent to Lindstrand Team, the company has accomplished a series of world record-breaking projects and has developed products for space applications.

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  • Lindstrand Technologies Ltd. (UK company)

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