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AMI CONTINUES TO EXPAND ITS LINE OF GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
Aviation Management International (AMI) recently announced the addition of the AMI-TW60AT turbine wash cart, with a self-contained compressed air tank, to their existing line of ground support equipment.
Based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida since 1989, AMI recognized a need in the aviation industry for versatile and moderately priced ground support equipment. The AMI-TW60 was AMI’s first turbine wash cart design that utilizes shop air as its air source. The success of the product, and feedback from their valued customers, prompted AMI to design a completely self-contained unit – the AMI-TW60AT turbine wash cart with a self-contained air tank.
INTRODUCING THE NEW AMI-TW60AT
“We designed the new AMI-TW60AT turbine wash cart to incorporate a self-contained compressed air tank.” says Kevin Howarth, VP of Sales at Aviation Management International.
“This allows the unit to be used away from a shop air source, making it much more versatile. The operator can simply service the on board compressed air tank and roll the portable unit from the hangar and out to the flight line, when necessary.”
AMI plans to continue to offer the AMI-TW60 turbine wash cart for users who have shop air readily available; and for those who need the added flexibility of a self-contained unit, the new AMI-TW60AT, incorporating a compressed air tank, is a moderately priced solution for those operators with the need to perform off-site maintenance.
“Routine compressor and turbine wheel washes will increase an aircraft engine’s longevity and reduce overall costs, along with making the aircraft more fuel efficient,” says Rick Santese, Production Manager for AMI who has been an AMT since 1995. “The light-weight and portable design allows a maintenance professional to easily move the cart on the ramp or over unimproved surfaces.”
AMI’s current production line of ground support equipment include a line of portable ground power units capable of delivering 1800 to 4500 peak amps for starting aircraft and 25 to 100 amps of continuous power for maintenance and avionics update functions or any other operations which require on-demand continuous power.
AMI plans to continue adding to their line of ground support equipment where a need exists and where AMI can produce quality manufactured equipment at a lower cost to the end user/operator than what is currently available in the market place.
Aviation Management International, Inc. is committed to offering high quality, affordable ground support equipment as
well as aircraft marketing, sales and consulting services to theaviation community. For additional information on any of the products manufactured by Aviation Management International,please contact AMI by email at email@example.com, by phone at954-543-0400 or visit them on the web at www.amintl.net.
Contact: Kevin Howarth, Vice President