Whether you’re performing maintenance at a small aviation site or a large international airport, aviation sites require specialized safety equipment and fall prevention to protect the crew, maintenance personnel and the aircraft itself.
At the same time, turnaround time is always a factor. A commercial plane that’s not in the air isn’t making money. A military helicopter that isn’t combat-ready could jeopardize a mission.
This combination of safety challenges and time pressure makes it particularly important to have a comprehensive safety solution tailored to your needs.
We have provided thousands of solutions over the past 80 years. Let us design a solution that exactly meets your needs.
Our Solutions-Based Approach To Aviation Sites
Since each aviation site has different needs and maintenance capabilities, it’s essential to work closely with a trusted vendor. At Carbis Solutions, we start by determining your specific facility requirements and safety goals. The factors we assess include:
Your internal safety standards as well as applicable industry standards
Variances in aircraft sizes
The areas your workers need to access on each type of aircraft
Requirements for parking aircraft
How your site layout impacts the safety equipment you use
Power limitations for electric, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment
Safety hazards, such as slippery surfaces due to spilled hydraulic fluid
After assessing your company’s needs, we work with you to design a custom solution for your facility that helps to increase productivity and minimize downtime.
Aviation Safety Equipment
Here are a few examples of equipment we may suggest as part of your larger safety solution:
Ground Maintenance Ladders
Stable yet lightweight, our ground maintenance ladders offer safer, more efficient access to all types of aircraft, and meet or exceed all OSHA and ANSI codes and standards. These general-purpose ladders may be customized to meet your needs, such as helping your maintenance crew access key areas of a specific aircraft.
When working on the pylon area above an aircraft engine, your crew needs safe access and a work surface that prevents falls. The mobile, lightweight pylon ladder provides steps that lead onto a curved platform, which features removable handrails and a tool tray.
Aircraft Windshield Stands
During aircraft windshield servicing, it’s essential to protect both your staff and the vehicle’s exterior. Our adjustable-height stands provide safe access, with padded edges that protect the plane’s exterior. The stands may be configured to fit a variety of aircraft models.
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