Fuel Tank Leak Detection, Repair and Equipment Training.
We offer Customized training for the detection and repair of fuel leaks. The training is customized to fit your needs and the type of aircraft you are operating:
- It will cover both integral and bladder type fuel tanks.
- It will enable your personnel to make quick repairs to bladder type tanks without removing the tanks from the aircraft.
- It will teach your personnel how to operate the equipment necessary for making the repairs.
- It will teach your personnel how to safely work in and around the confined spaces of the fuel tanks, complying with OSHA and other regulatory agencies.
Some of the customers we have conducted training for are:
- VASP Airlines
- U.S. Air Force
The training will be tailored to your specific needs. Contact us today for more information.
We have worked with several manufacturers of Auxilliary fuel systems and completed installation in the aircraft.
Aviation Fuel Systems has worked with McDonnell Douglas/Boeing in the assembly of the MD-11 wing outer sections to the center section where a sealing process had to be developed at the wing root area.
Aviation Fuel Systems Repair, Inc. has done extensive modification to the aircraft structures to accomodate the auxilliary fuel systems.
Aviation Fuel Systems is capable of performing numerous types of inspections within the fuel systems. From CPCP work cards to spot inspections:
- General Tank Inspection
- Routing of Wire Harnesses
- Flared Fittings
- O-rings and Seals
- Tank Sealant
Auxiliary Fuel Systems
Aviation Fuel Systems has the capability and experience of removing for inspection and installing various types of auxiliary fuel systems.
We have experience with Boeing, Douglas, McDonnell Douglas, Pats, Rogersons, Winters Engineering, and numerous other manufacturers of auxiliary fuel tanks.
We have installed new systems as well as helped develop new systems.
We have deactivated systems when required.
We have performed bench tests as well as progressive and completed systems and function tests.
All of this is accomplished within the approved date from the aircraft manufacturers as well as the auxiliary fuel systems manufacturers.