AEROCOAT : CORPORATE JETS
Not only does Aerocoat provide the wow factor for corporate jet presentation but the process contributes to lower carbon
emissions for aircraft operators across the globe.
Aviation accounts for 2% of global human-induced greenhouse gas emissions with the industry committed to achieving carbon-neutral growth by 2020 and reducing 50% in net emissions by 2050.
Here in the UK, the advisory Committee on Climate Change (CCC) recently said that the planned increase in aviation would
need to be curbed to restrict CO2 emissions.
All international carriers now having to report their CO2 emissions on an annual basis.
Aerocoat is the perfect partner for aircraft operators that are looking to reduce their carbon emissions and develop a positive corporate social responsibility programme that gives peace of mind to regular flyer clients and shareholders.
The Aerocoat process ensures aerodynamically clean aircraft meaning a reduction in boundary layer drag for older jets and
a reduction in fuel burn and carbon emissions.
Boeing research shows that a 777 kept aerodynamically clean would save 15,500 gallons in fuel per year minimum
because of boundary layer drag reductions.
We’ve worked with Multiflight and TAG Aviation Europe previously and are the official surface engineering partner of
GlobeAir in Austria.
Immense ramp presence is guaranteed with Aerocoat, as is a reduction in cleaning costs for aircraft operators.
Aircraft become self-cleaning in the clouds following the Aerocoat process meaning dirt on areas such as the engine nacelle will be a thing of the past.
And thanks to the Aerocoat process, it's never been easier to clean the soot line from the exhausts of a Daher-Socata TBM700,
check out the video below:
Aerocoat is fantastic at repairing UV damaged surfaces and saving operators thousands in aircraft respray costs.
Multiflight's pre-owned Gulfstream G200 had been badly damaged by UV rays after it was left in the sun for a number
of years in the Middle East.
But the Aerocoat process has restored the original polar white finish and returned the surface to brand new.