Type 1 Propylene and Ethylene glycol:
Description: Designed and qualified to AMS 1424 and ISO 1175, as well as meeting and exceeding the demanding local environmental regulatory requirements. Readily biodegradable, an enhanced low foaming surfactant and dye package gives excellent surface wetting and allows easy identification of treated surfaces. Formulated specifically for the North American market, both Ethylene and Propylene Glycol based fluids are available, which are fully compatible with existing application equipment.
1. GEN3 Liquid Runway Deicer:
Description: GEN3 Liquid Runway Deicer formulation is new technology chemistry that offers outstanding performance levels and also resolves the airport and aircraft corrosion issues caused by traditional potassium 50% de-icers. Conforming to SAE G12 AMS 1435 certification, GEN3 reduces brake decay and wiring oxidation whilst offering a cost effective, non-toxic and biodegradable solution. Furthermore the formula, which combines polyols with a variety of organic salts and bio-based additives, does not have any glycols in its make-up ensuring friction improvements are maximized on active runways and taxiways.
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2. Ice Care Solid:
Description: Solid Runway Deicer is a new improved formulation sodium formate granular deicer that reduces handling dust by 75%. This solid deicer and anti-icer is fast-acting and environmentally acceptable for use on all airside operational surfaces as well as landside applications. IceCare is manufactured to meet the strict performance and ecological requirements of AMS 1431. When stored properly indoors, IceCare has a shelf life of at least 5 years.
Description: Our environmentally friendly winterized lavatory fluid includes an SAE AMS 1476B deodorant, and is now available with an optional W.H.O. Compliant deodorant package. It is designed for aircraft use but is suitable for other market applications including rail, mass transit, marine, recreational vehicle and portable toilets.
Description: As a general rule, fuel mixture is set at full rich on an aircraft engine when running it at a high power setting (such as during takeoff). The extra fuel does not burn; its only purpose is to evaporate, to absorb heat. This uses fuel faster and also decreases the efficiency of the combustion process. By using water methanol injection, the cooling effect of the water allows the fuel mixture to be run leaner at its best-power setting.