Wash Your Aircraft in Hangar with Wingman
Hangar aircaft washing is finally here. Conducting wash operations in the refuge of a hangar offers protection from water evaporation, and premature soap dehydration caused by wind and varying temperature. While most hangars are equipped with drains for washing indoors, very few are equipped with a wash system that complies with TM 1-1500-344-23-2, TO 1-1-691, NAVAIR 01-1A-509-1 guidelines for aircraft safe washing.
Technical manuals are very specific relative to the damage caused by washing with a standard, high pressure system that can drive water into mechanical struts, avionics panels and air frame seams resulting in long-term, irreversible damage. The aircraft-safe water pressure Wingman provides the optimal solution.
Ed. note—Read “Preventing Airframe Damage During Aircraft Washing” on MRO-Network.com.
Ed. note—Inside MRO’s Lindsay Bjerregaard writes more about this product and others that made an impact in 2019. Read “Top 10 Cool New MRO Products” on AviationWeek.com/MRO.